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Coneflowers

Location: Westside
Coneflowers

   

The mural, depicting one of Indiana’s most beloved native flower species being visited by bees, is located on the side of a building at The Forest Flower garden center. Echinacea purpurea (Eastern purple coneflower) is a showy, easy to grow perennial that tolerates moderate drought, and has many benefits including feeding important pollinators and holding soil. The flowers, when dried, can be used to make a tea that reportedly strengthens the body’s immune response system.  The mural was

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Medium type: Paint

Date created: 2019

Location

3205 W 71st St, Indianapolis, IN, 46268

Associated artists

Jules Muck aka MuckRock
Jules Muck aka MuckRock

PHOTOS

  • Image Courtesy Ken Norris

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