Origin: US Native
Other Common Names: Western Coneflower, Narrow-leaf Coneflower, Black Samson, Kansas Snakeroot, Echinacea
Bloom Time: Summer
Height: 12” to 24”
Spacing: 12” to 18”
Light: Full Sun
Soil Moisture: Dry
USDA Zone: 4a-8b
Germination: Fall plant or cold stratify for 2 to 3 months for best results. Sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70F and water.
Seeds Per Oz: 5500
Narrow-Leaf Purple Coneflower is native to the US and is found especially in dry prairie areas. Often called Echinacea, it is used to build up the immune system, mainly to prevent flu and minor respiratory diseases. The coneflower grows on stiff, hairy stems, and can tolerate drought and heat.
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Note: Many wildflowers can grow in areas outside of their natural range.
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