Perennial - Coneflower

Perennial - Coneflower
Coneflower, also known as echinacea, is a wonderful perennial native to the U.S. midwest and prairies. It does best in a light loamy soil, but will do well in any well-drained soil. Full sunlight and heat are best for full flowering, while they can tolerate some light shade, we recommend at least 6 hours of full sun each and every day. Once established they are very drought resistant making them a great plant for those looking for a low water/ low maintenance garden. As a perennial flower, if cared for correctly echinacea will return with new growth each year. It's a star of the garden easy to grow, native, and keeps a long-lasting bounty of color all summer and well into fall.
This is one cool looking echinacea. Traditional pink flowers give way to bright chartreuse green flower petals the put a spin on the traditional look. This nativar flowers in late summer and is a huge hit with butterflies, bees, and other pollinators. At 2 to 3 ft. in height it makes a great mid-range planting in a bed, or an eye catching contai...
This is one cool looking echinacea. Traditional pink flowers give way to bright chartreuse green flower petals the put a spin on the traditional lo...
We looked at a lot of purple coneflower options, but ended up with Purple Emperor due to it's large purple flowers and tidy foliage. What's in a name? Maybe a lot with this cultivar as the rings of purple flowers around each cone might really 'rule them all'. But enough with my nerdy references, we think you'll enjoy the contrast of the deep gre...
We looked at a lot of purple coneflower options, but ended up with Purple Emperor due to it's large purple flowers and tidy foliage. What's in a na...

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