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America’s grasslands are home to a brilliant array of flowers, and echinacea, or the purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), is one of the best. These hardy perennials, with their large daisy-like flowers, make a lovely, water-wise choice for borders, native-grass lawns and naturalized flower gardens. Very heat and drought tolerant.
A cottage garden favorite, growing echinacea creates an impressive display of color, especially when planted among shorter perennials where the showy, purple flowers stand above other foliage. Plants bloom heavily from July through September and are popular with both bees and butterflies. Best fragrance is in the morning and these plants are the same ones they make cold remedies out of. The variety I have of this sturdy, fail-safe, eye-catching perennial stands about 2 1/2 feet tall. A clump of plants, ranging from $8 to $14, depending on size, will be freshly dug just before you arrive so please bring along a waterproof bucket.
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