Outsidepride Echinacea Purple Coneflower Flower Seeds - 1000 Seeds

Price: $6.49

  • Not only are coneflowers beautiful for your flower garden, they have many medicinal uses as an herb. Echinacea herbs are also used for teas and attract beneficial insects to the garden, such as butterflies, bumblebees, ladybugs & hummingbirds.
  • Plant 4 ounces per 1,000 square feet or 12 pounds per acre of these open pollinated, heirloom, non gmo flower seeds.
  • Grown as a perennial flowering plant, it will establish a deep root system in the first year of growth. After the first frost, the plant life above will wilt, leaving it's roots to remain alive and dormant until the following growing season, when it will emerge again.

1oz (6,300+ seeds) PURPLE CONEFLOWER ~6" LG PURPLE BLOOMS Flower Seeds ~Echinacea purpurea BULK

Price: $11.95

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Mixed Variety Coneflower

Mixed Variety Coneflower

Price: $5.09

  • Easy To Follow Instructions Included
  • Areas With Full Sunlight Preferred
  • This Plant Grows To A Height Of 30 - 36 Inches

Seed Needs, Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) 500 Seeds

Price: $3.65

  • Quality Coneflower seeds packaged by Seed Needs. Intended for the current and the following growing season. Packets are 3.25" wide by 4.50" tall and come with a full colored illustration on the front side, as well as detailed sowing instructions on the reverse.
  • These beautiful, heirloom flowers have been used in flower gardens & borders for decades. The plants themselves will grow to a mature height of around 24 to 36 inches tall, producing spiny, cone like centers, surrounded by gorgeous pale purple petals.
  • Grown as a perennial flowering plant, the Purple Coneflower will establish a deep root system in the first year of growth. After the temperature drops with the first frost, the plant life above will wilt, leaving it's roots to remain alive and dormant until the following growing season, when it will emerge again.

Ruby Star Coneflower Perennial - Echinacea - Quart Pot

Ruby Star Coneflower Perennial - Echinacea - Quart Pot

Price: $7.50

  • Mature Height: 2-3'
  • Hardy Zones 4-9
  • Immediate shipping

Growing ConeFlowers

See how easy it is to grow colorful Echinacea, commonly called Coneflowers.

With many colors and forms, coneflowers offer much variety - Chicago Daily Herald

While it's snowy outside, I imagine the summer garden. And what would a summer garden be without coneflowers?

As charming as they are tough, these North American natives provide nectar and pollen to bees, butterflies and other pollinators. In fall, their raised cones offer seeds to birds. Their sturdy stems hold daisylike flowers in a wide range of colors that bloom beginning in...

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  2. Odessa American MASTER GARDENERS: Showy coneflower used to remedy colds, boost immune system
    You may know the coneflower by the botanical name Echinacea. It has been used as an herbal remedy for colds, flu, fighting infection, boosting your immune system, plus other remedies. My daughter-in-law is a big believer in using Echinacea for colds.
  3. Ellwood City Ledger Over the Garden Gate: Fall wildflowers worth noticing
    Milkweed and Jack in the pulpit have gone to seed but, goldenrod, phlox, green-headed coneflower, asters and jewelweed among others are still showing off their colors. These flowers must attract appropriate pollinators with their conspicuous hues if
  4. The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines Grow native: Hardy prairie plants can withstand Iowa's cold and heat and provide food for pollinators
    Native plants are those plants growing naturally in an area before human settlement. Although many native plants are prairie plants, most can be successfully grown in a regular home garden. Native plants help create a natural-looking garden that serves
  5. Toledo Blade Locally grown: Native gardening gets back to the region's roots
    It's not tightly trimmed shrubs, symmetrical rows of hostas, or freshly pruned roses like you might see in other gardens, but instead more likely prairie blazing star, zig zag goldenrod, big bluestem, and purple coneflower. Ms. Greer moved into the


  1. Why Coneflower. Those winter hours dreaming of gardening also played a large part in naming the ice cream shop. Coneflowers are a native wildflower with brilliant magenta and orange coloring that brings to mind the Midwest, open prairies, and summer.
  2. This page is an index of articles on plant species (or higher taxonomic groups) with the same common name (vernacular name). If an internal link led you here, you may wish to edit the linking article so that it links directly to the intended article.
  3. Echinacea / ˌ ɛ k ɪ ˈ n eɪ ʃ i ə / is a genus, or group of herbaceous flowering plants in the daisy family.The genus Echinacea has nine species, which are commonly called coneflowers.They are found only in eastern and central North America, where they grow in moist to dry prairies and open wooded areas. They have large, showy heads of composite flowers, blooming from early to late summer.
  4. Purple coneflower plants grow best in poor or lean soil. Rich or heavily amended soil may result in lush foliage and poor flowering. When planting purple coneflower, locate them in a full sun area.
  5. Noteworthy Characteristics. Echinacea purpurea, commonly called purple coneflower, is a coarse, rough-hairy, herbaceous perennial that is native to moist prairies, meadows and open woods of the central to southeastern United States (Ohio to Michigan to Iowa south to Louisiana and Georgia).It typically grows to 2-4' tall. Showy daisy-like purple coneflowers (to 5" diameter) bloom throughout ...
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These are among my faves..
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