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Yoder Brothers

(Big Sky™ Twilight Coneflower, Hybrid Coneflower)

Big Sky™ Twilight is a medium-sized coneflower in the Big Sky™ series. It has fragrant flowers with rose-colored petals and a red cone. This hybrid was created with a cross of the common purple coneflower with the Ozark coneflower.

Plants grow best full to partial sun and rich to average soil with good drainage. They are not overly water thirsty, but do check to make sure the soil is never too dry.

Big Sky ™ coneflowers all attract bees and butterflies and provide seeds for hungry...

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ItSaul Plants

(Big Sky™ Coneflower, Hybrid Coneflower)

Coneflowers in the Big Sky™ series have fantastic, sweetly fragrant flowers that come in an array of colors. This hybrid series was created from crosses of the common purple coneflower ( Echinacea purpurea) and the Ozark coneflower ( Echinacea paradoxa ).

Coneflowers grow best full to partial sun and rich to average soil with good drainage. They are not overly water thirsty, but do check to make sure the soil is never too dry. Deadheading spent flowers keeps plants looking clean...

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James H. Schutte

(Blacksamson, Blacksamson Coneflower)

Blacksamson is an herbaceous perennial with a compact, upright habit. It is native from southern Canada to the southern United States and has hairy stems that arise from a basal cluster of hairy, lance-shaped leaves. In midsummer it bears large flowerheads with an orange to brown central disc, or cone, surrounded by pink or purple petals. A rare white flowered cultivar is also in cultivation. Like most coneflowers, these blooms are frequented by butterflies and bees, and their dry, seed-filled cones...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

Who doesn't love this colorful, easy-to-grow garden perennial? Purple coneflower is a hardy herbaceous wildflower native to the eastern United States. In early to late summer, it bears tall, sturdy stems topped with single large, red-purple, pink or white daisies with prominent conical centers of brown, orange or green. Bloom time may be extended if spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded. There are many desirable purple coneflower cultivars such as the dwarf ‘Kim’s Knee High’ and double-flowered...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, White Coneflower)

Who doesn't love this colorful, easy-to-grow garden perennial? White purple coneflower, selection 'Alba', is an herbaceous plant that is native to the eastern United States. In early to late summer, long, sturdy stems bear white, daisy flowers with large conical centers of yellow-brown. Bloom time may be extended if their spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded.

A dependable garden staple, purple coneflower self-sows freely but not aggressively. These natives are happiest when planted in sites...

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Grandiflora

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

Who doesn't love this colorful, easy-to-grow garden perennial? Bravado purple coneflower is an herbaceous plant that is native to the eastern United States. In early to late summer, long, sturdy stems bear showy red-purple daisy flowers with large conical centers of golden brown. Bloom time may be extended if their spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded. There are many desirable purple coneflower cultivars such as the dwarf ‘Kim’s Knee High’ and double-flowered ‘Doubledecker.’ A dependable garden...

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James H. Schutte

(Bright Star Coneflower, Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

The coneflower ‘Bright Star’ is a tall herbaceous perennial grown for its strong-stemmed large lavender-pink daisies with rich orange-brown cones. In late spring to early summer, numerous flowers arise from tall, leafy stems. The blooming season may be extended if spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded.

Purple coneflower is a dependable garden staple that self-sows freely, though cultivars like ‘Bright Star’ will not grow true from seed. It is happiest when planted in sites with full sun...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Coconut Lime Coneflower, Eastern Purple Coneflower)

The semi-double white and green blooms of this unique coneflower will add a touch of pizazz to any sunny border.

The eastern purple (or not so purple) coneflower is an herbaceous perennial that originates from the eastern United States. In early to late summer 'Coconut Lime' bears long, sturdy stems topped with flower heads decorated with a row of ivory petals, a central ruff of green and ivory petals, and an orange-yellow eye. Bloom time may be extended if spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded,...

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James H. Schutte

(Double Decker Coneflower, Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

This is one crazy looking coneflower! The unusual flowerheads of ‘Doppelganger’ have standard purple coneflower blooms, but their prominent cones have a tuft of feathery purple-red petals at the top of each. In late spring to early summer these fragrant flowers appear atop long leafy stems and will bloom for longer if regularly deadheaded.

A dependable garden staple, purple coneflower self-sows freely and will reliably flower in the first year. It is happiest when planted in sites with full...

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PlantHaven

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Elton Knight Coneflower)

Beautiful bright magenta daisies cover 'Elton Knight' coneflower in summer. The extra large, long-stemmed flowers have unusually horizontal ray flowers that surround a large, orangish brown central cone. The vigorous plants are sturdy, well-branched and require no staking. 'Elton Knight' was bred by Anthony Brooks of Ludlow, Shropshire, England. The seed parent is Echinacea purpurea 'Rosenelf' and the pollen parent Echinacea purpurea 'The King.'

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