About Green Twister
Forward-curving lime green petals on 4" flowers blend to magenta at the center. Each flower is a little different and the color gets even better on older plants.
A natural sport of Magnus. Because it is not a hybrid, its Minnesota winter survival is said to be better.
Showy flowers with turned-back petals around a central cone midsummer into fall. Good for naturalizing, including hot, dry conditions. Good cut flower. Deadhead for extended bloom, but in late summer allow some flowers to set seed, providing food for winter birds. See more Coneflowers in Native Perennials.