Large pink-purple daisy flowers on long stems, with a prominent central orange-tan cone, will add height to beds and borders and attract beneficial pollinators to your garden. This variety of Echinacea has much stronger pink colour than the naturally occurring species form. Extremely cold-hardy once established. Plant it the modern way, mixed with ornamental grasses and other herbaceous perennials like catmint and sage.
APPEARANCE : Herbaceous perennial of grassy plains. Tall purple-pink daisy flowers with a prominent central cone, loved by beneficial pollinators such as honeybees and butterflies. Flowers become echidna-like seedheads. Used in traditional medicine. USE FOR : Mixed beds and borders, kitchen gardens, meadow-style planting. Makes a good cut flower for the home, and an attractive addition to a cottage style garden. PLANTING: Plant in full sun with well draining soil. Mulch and water on a regular basis, until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. Very cold hardy and drought tolerant once mature. CARE: For an extra long flowering season, remove spent blooms and feed with liquid fertiliser. Plants flower better when they have been in place a year or two. HEIGHT & WIDTH: 60 cm H x 60 cm W. YOUR PLANTS: These plants are tubestock plants with young healthy roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 42 mm wide and 80 mm high.
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