Echinacea purpuea is one of the great butterfly magnets of the native perennial garden. Coneflowers are easy to grow in average to dry, well drained soils. Flowers with large orange gold spiky centers and strong reflexed rose pink petals appear in July and August. Very drought tolerant.
Attracts butterflies in large numbers
Hummingbirds thrive on the sweet nectar
Finches crave its seed in the fall
Long blooming and a colorful cut flower
Drought tolerant once established
Looks terrific planted with native grasses
Found in Well-drained limestone, sand, clay, loam. Rocky, open woods, thickets and prairies.
Bird feeding has been called America's favorite backyard activity. Some 62 million Americans enjoy feeding the birds. Why not feed them their natural diet like the seeds from this star preformer!
Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. An adaptable plant that is tolerant of drought, heat, humidity and poor soil.