ECHINACEA tennesseensis (Tennessee Purple Coneflower)Add to Wish List
Tennessee Coneflower is a valuable asset to have on hand in the United States. Sunflower-like flat pastel pink flowers with green and burgundy centers follow the sun. From June to August, these colorful flowers bloom, attracting a flock of bees...
ECHINACEA purpurea (Purple Coneflower)Add to Wish List
Smooth, 2-5 ft. stems and long-lasting lavender flowers make this a common perennial. Rough, strewn leaves that get smaller when you get closer to the top of the stem. Flowers with domed, purplish-brown, spiny centers and drooping lavender rays appear...
ECHINACEA paradoxa (Yellow Coneflower)Add to Wish List
Echinacea Paradoxa is the only Echinacea specie that offer yellow flower instead of usual purple and pink flowers. This American native flowers are 4 inches across with narrow and golden yellow rays in the form of cone and chocolate brown...
ECHINACEA Pallida (Pale Purple Coneflower)Add to Wish List
Easily grown in full sun to part shade in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil. In full heat, it's best. Drought, heat, humidity, and low soil tolerance make this a versatile plant. When clumps get too crowded, separate them (about...
ECHINACEA angustifolia (Narrow-Leaf Purple Coneflower)Add to Wish List
Atop stout, upright, hairy and branched stems bear this type of flowers just like cone-flowers. Petals of these flowers are bent down and the center is bulgy upright. Growing up to 12-24 inches under full sunlight, they are perfect for...