Echinacea

National Garden Bureau celebrates 2014 as the year of the Echinacea - A great choice for a pollinator friendly garden that also adds color and texture for a…
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Coneflower Sombrero Poco Yellow
This is the compact version of the popular Sombrero® series of coneflower. The sturdy plants are covered in blooms with bright, rich colors. The full color range of Sombrero Poco include Yellow, White, Red, Hot Pink and Hot Coral. All well-matched in height and exceptional winter hardiness. The petite size lets you bring a native prairie color to the front of the perennial border, or mix in sunny combo containers. Very attractive to bees and butterflies. Spent seed heads feed birds in winter.
Cheyenne Spirit Echinacea
AAS Winner Cheyenne Spirit Echinacea captures the spirit of the North American plains by producing a delightful mix of flower colors from rich purple, pink, red, and orange tones to lighter yellows, creams, and white. As an added bonus, ‘Cheyenne Spirit’ does not require a lot of water and offers a wide range of uses from the perennial border, in a mass landscape planting, in a butterfly garden, or as a cut flower. And birds love to feast on the seeds in the fall!
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Coneflower Artisan™ Yellow Ombre F1
Artisan Yellow Ombre is a great plant for anyone wanting vibrant color all season long in their perennial garden, or to use as a cut flower. This winner, with an intense golden yellow bloom along with graduated colors of yellow, is a gem in the garden. AAS Judges were impressed with the uniform growth habit, vibrantly colored flowers, and multi-branched plants that produce a prolific number of blooms. Pollinators will flock to this echinacea, and gardeners will love this low-maintenance beauty.
Echinacea Artisan™ Yellow Ombre F1 ideal for pollinator gardens
Artisan Yellow Ombre is a great plant for anyone wanting vibrant color all season long in their perennial garden, or to use as a cut flower. Uniform growth habit, vibrantly colored flowers, and multi-branched plants that produce a prolific number of blooms. Pollinators will flock to this coneflower and gardeners will love this low-maintenance, long-blooming beauty. Hardy in zones 4a to 10b. Available in plant form or seed. https://all-americaselections.org/product/echinacea-artisan-yellow-ombre/ Find out more about this AAS Winner at https://all-americaselections.org/product/echinacea-artisan-yellow-ombre/
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Coneflower StrawberryMango
Garden visitors and butterflies will love this new, bi-colored coneflower. Part of The Smoothie™ Series, Strawberry Mango Coneflower produces masses of showy yellow flowers with red bull's-eye centers. Blooming in the summertime, this vigorous Echinacea adds charm to sunny perennial borders and mixed containers.
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Echinacea Artisan™ Yellow Ombre F1
Artisan Yellow Ombre is a great plant for anyone wanting vibrant color all season long in their perennial garden, or to use as a cut flower. This is the first F1 hybrid echinacea series that comes in individual colors. This winner, with an intense golden yellow bloom along with graduated colors of yellow, is a gem in the garden. Pollinators will flock to this echinacea, and gardeners will love this low-maintenance, long-blooming beauty. Hardy in zones 4a to 10b.
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Try these Recipes: from Herbs grown in your garden
Echinacea is a Herb and Perennial, Oregano works as a beautiful groundcover and delicious herb in your kitchen. Ginger – For gardens, flavor, and medicinal purposes
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Echinacea Pretty Parasols -
Echinacea Pretty Parasols look just like lovely parasols indeed. Pretty Parasols is easy to look after;it is low maintenance and has high endurance in wind, cold, heat, and sun. Pretty Parasols has strong stems and does not flop. It has a long and rich flowering period from July until November. The flowers appear one after another, so they do not open all at the same time and they do appear at different heights which gives a ‘wild’ look.
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Artisan Collection Echinacea - National Garden Bureau
This new collection of Coneflower called Artisan™ Collection Red Ombre & Soft Orange. Both of these echinancea open with deep coloring and soften with age. The plants provide a great display their first year, with many seasons of incredible color thereafter. Remember growing Echinacea is a great way to attract birds and butterflies. This collection is new from NGB member PanAmerican Seed & Kieft Seed.
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Did you know...Echinacea (Coneflower)
The word “Echinacea” comes from the Greek word “echinos” meaning “hedgehog,” referring to the flower’s spiky central cone. This is Echinacea Sombrero Baja Burgundy
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Coneflower Evolution™ Colorific™ - National Garden Bureau
An enchanting green cone - as green as the leaves - at the center of every bloom, framed by dense petals in a lovely palette of pink hues. Lush foliage and sturdy, upright stems create a beautiful backdrop for the continuous profusion of blooms from late spring through fall. Stunning in beds, borders and containers.
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Echinacea Paradiso - National Garden Bureau
New for 2021 Echinacea Paradiso Dwarf Blend. This compact coneflower is quick to bloom, providing a beautiful array of colors, perfect for adding long-lasting color to the garden or a bouquet! This first-year flowering, dwarf echinacea comes in vibrant colors that will light up the garden from our NGB member Botanical Interests
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AAS Winning Echinacea
Grow these AAS Winning Echinacea to attractive birds, bees, and butterflies to your garden. Echinacea is generally deer resistant. Because of their root structure, the plants are drought tolerant and can withstand heat and wind. Used in garden borders or backgrounds, Echinacea adds color and texture for a wildflower or prairie-style garden.
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Native Plants for the Home Garden - National Garden Bureau - Pollinators
Native plants are a wonderful source of nectar, pollen, and seeds that provide food for butterflies, insects, birds, and other animals. The term Native is used to identify a plant that was growing naturally in what we now call the United States, Canada, and Mexico before European settlement.
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Echinacea Sombrero® Baja Burgundy | All-America Selections
"The deep reddish-burgundy flower color was a standout and the plants were consistently full and compact," said one AAS Judge about Echinacea Sombrero Baja Burgundy. The beautiful flower color is without equal among coneflowers and is perfect for cut flowers. After being trialed over three tough winters, the AAS Judges noted this standout’s hardiness, sturdy branching, and floriferous blooming habit. Bred by Darwin Perennials.