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Echinacea angustifolia Black Sampson

seeds of Echinacer angustifolia Black Sampson Narrow-leaved purple coneflower. A wonderful drought tolerant 16 28" perennial in this striking pink blooms and fuzzy stems and leaves. Grown in gravelly, sandy, and rocky dry limestone prairies, this plant needs very little extra care. It is hardy to zone 3 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from Jul to August. seeds of Echinacer angustifolia Black Sampson Narrow-leaved purple coneflower. A wonderful drought tolerant 16 28" perennial in this striking pink blooms and fuzzy stems and leaves. Grown in gravelly, sandy, and rocky dry limestone prairies, this plant needs very little extra care. It is hardy to zone 3 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from Jul to August.
Echinacea angustifolia Black Sampson

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Seeds from Echinacer angustifolia - Black Sampson - Narrow-leaved purple coneflower. A wonderful drought tolerant 16 - 28" perennial in this striking pink blooms and fuzzy stems and leaves. Grown in gravelly, sandy, and rocky dry limestone prairies, this plant needs very little extra care. It is hardy to zone 3 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from Jul to August. Zones 4-8.



Echinacea pallida Pale Purple Coneflower

seeds of Echinacea pallida Pale Purple Coneflower. This purple coneflower is a coarse, hairy, Missouri native perennial found primarily on limestone glades, fields, prairies and along railroads throughout most of the State. Features narrow, parallel-veined, toothless, dark green leaves (4-10" long) and large, daisy-like flowers with drooping, pale pinkish-purple petals (ray flowers) and spiny, knob-like, coppery-orange center cones. Flowers appear on rigid stems to 2-3' (less frequently to 4') tall over a long summer bloom. This species is distinguished by its thin, extremely-reflexed rays which almost droop straight down and by its very narrow, parallel-veined leaves which have no teeth. Best flower display is in late June to late July, with sporadic continued bloom into autumn. Zones 3-10.
Echinacea pallida Pale Purple Coneflower

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Seeds from Echinacea pallida Pale Purple Coneflower. This purple coneflower is a coarse, hairy, Missouri native perennial found primarily on limestone glades, fields, prairies and along railroads throughout most of the State. Features narrow, parallel-veined, toothless, dark green leaves 4-10" long and large, daisy-like flowers with drooping, pale pinkish-purple petals ray flowers and spiny, knob-like, coppery-orange center cones. Flowers appear on rigid stems to 2-3' less frequently to 4' tall over a long summer bloom. This species is distinguished by its thin, extremely-reflexed rays which almost droop straight down and by its very narrow, parallel-veined leaves which have no teeth. Best flower display is in late June to late July, with sporadic continued bloom into autumn. Zones 3 to 10.



Echinacea paradoxa Bush's Coneflower

seeds of Echinacea paradoxa or Bush's Coneflower. It can grow to 3' in height and has yellow flowers. This is a yellow Coneflower; all other native Echinaceas are shades of purple and pink. This is a very rare native wildflower found only in the Ozark region of Arkansas and Missouri, but it will grow well in gardens in MN and surrounding states.  Bush's Coneflower attracts various butterflies and bees. It is deer resistant and is the most fragrant of all the Coneflowers. Zones 5-8.
Echinacea paradoxa Bush's Coneflower

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Seeds from Echinacea paradoxa or Bush's Coneflower. It can grow to 3' in height and has yellow flowers. This is a yellow Coneflower; all other native Echinaceas are shades of purple and pink. This is a very rare native wildflower found only in the Ozark region of Arkansas and Missouri, but it will grow well in gardens in MN and surrounding states. Bush's Coneflower attracts various butterflies and bees. It is deer resistant and is the most fragrant of all the Coneflowers. Zones 5-8.



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