The White Swan Echinacea is a beautiful slightly curved flower that produces beautiful, creamy extra wide petals that look lovely in a bouquet. This variety produces pure white petals with an orange-brown disk that is absolutely beautiful.
The Magnus Echinacea is a favored coneflower that produces large, ultra-colorful, bright pink blooms that are sure to stand out! This zinnia differs from other varieties as its giant 4-6 inches long petals stick straight out versus bent-back. These delightful giants begin to bloom in the late spring and will last until fall! Enjoy Magnus in a sunny bed, border or as a statement cut flower in an arrangement.
The Bravado Echinacea (coneflower) produces beautiful rosy pink petals with a golden-brown center that adds a bright pop of color to any garden. This variety is a sturdy perennial that reseeds well. The Bravado is by far one of the most popular wildflowers!
The Pale Purple Echinacea is a coneflower that blooms its pale purple to pink blooms in the early summer before most other flowers! This beautiful coneflower is loved for its nectar by hummingbirds and butterflies and will grow up to 3 feet tall. Try planting this variety with the Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), which has a deeper purple flower and will bloom just when Pale Purple Coneflower bloom cycle is ending. Planting these two together will give you many, many weeks of beautiful, bright Echinacea blooms.
The Purple Echinacea is a coneflower that is a sturdy perennial that is native to the Midwest, Southeast and naturalized throughout the Northeast. One of the most popular wildflowers, the Purple Coneflower can withstand dry conditions, though it performs best in cooler seasons, without irrigation. This variety readily reseeds itself.
The pretty blossoms of Yellow Echinacea (Coneflower) consists of bright skirts of hard to find yellow daisy-like petals surrounding a brown bristly center. This variety's deep taproot allows the coneflower to survive in very dry conditions, but it is also happy in humus-rich garden soil and full sun. The Yellow Coneflower is visited by nectar seeking butterflies in June and small seed eating birds in the fall.