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This purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a hardy perennial that thrives in most conditions and is gorgeous! I live in the desert of the western US (zone 6b) and grow it with ease. It is very water-wise so it helps you save money on watering expenses.


One little seed goes a long way! These seeds grow into dainty flower-covered shrubs that can stretch 3 feet across and 3 feet tall. They are covered with gorgeous sprigs of purple and lavender colored flowers from May through September. The flowers hold up beautifully in vases and make this a perfect cut-garden flower. Bees absolutely love them!


This is a hardy perennial - trim it back each fall and watch it grow just and big and beautiful next spring. It grows well here, so I divide mine each fall into separate shrubs, transplanting throughout the yard and sharing with friends. It will also self-seed and spread in your garden. I've been growing this variety for several years, dividing my shrub each year.


This packet of seeds will be enough to cover your yard in purple coneflower echinacea! I recommend planting in the fall so they stratify, OR placing your seeds in the fridge for a few weeks before planting so that you "mimic" stratification. Easy as that!


Light Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Sun

Water Requirements: Low to Medium

USDA Hardiness Zones: 4-9


This purchase is for 30 purple coneflower echinacea seeds.

Echinacea Purpurea - Flower Seeds

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