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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Pink Double Delight Coneflower)

The patented coneflower 'Pink Double Delight’ is a compact herbaceous perennial known for its strong-stemmed double pink daisies. In late spring to early summer, numerous flowers arise from short stems. These have long clear pink ray petals surrounding a dense cluster of shorter frilled deep pink florets. The blooming season may be extended if spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded.

Purple coneflower is a dependable garden staple that self-sows freely, and 'Pink Double Delight’ will reliably...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Purple Coneflower)

Is it true? A purple coneflower with variegated leaves? Yes! Found as a seedling growing in a bed of Bravado coneflowers in the mid 1990s, 'Prairie Frost' was selected for this unique foliage characteristic. In early to midsummer, the stems bear daisy-like flowers with violet-tinted rosy petals around a bronze-orange cone. If the old flowers are promptly cut away, or deadheaded, additional flowering occurs and can be extended well into late summer.

Purple coneflower is happiest when planted...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Prairie Splendor Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

The coneflower 'Prairie Splendor' is an herbaceous perennial known for its short bushy habit and pretty rose-pink daisies. In late spring to early summer, numerous flowers arise from short stems. These have rose-pink petals surrounding a large orange-brown cone. The blooming season may be extended if spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded.

Coneflower is a dependable garden staple that is happiest when planted in sites with full sun and well-drained, moderately fertile garden soil. It self-sows...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Primadonna Deep Rose Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

The large perfectly radial daisies of 'Primadonna Deep Rose' offer bright color and sweet fragrance. This tall vigorous coneflower has deep rose flowers punctuated by large conical centers of copper orange. Purple coneflower originates from eastern North America where it inhabits open prairies, meadows, roadsides and forest margins.

Coneflower is a dependable garden staple that is happiest when planted in sites with full sun and well-drained, moderately fertile garden soil. It self-sows freely...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Primadonna White Coneflower, Purple Coneflower)

The large radial daisies of 'Primadonna White' will light up any sunny border. This tall vigorous coneflower has white flowers punctuated by large conical centers of golden brown. Coneflower originates from eastern North America where it inhabits open prairies, meadows, roadsides and forest margins.

Coneflower is a dependable garden staple that is happiest when planted in sites with full sun and well-drained, moderately fertile garden soil. It self-sows freely and will sometimes flower in the...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purity Coneflower)

The pretty white daisies of 'Purity' are sweetly fragrant and held high above the foliage. This patented Terra Nova introduction has an upright vigorous habit, good branching and its white flowers are punctuated by copper orange conical centers. Coneflower originates from eastern North America where it inhabits open prairies, meadows, roadsides and forest margins.

Coneflower is a dependable garden staple that is happiest when planted in sites with full sun and well-drained, moderately fertile...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, Razzmatazz Coneflower)

The coneflower ‘Razzmatazz’ is regarded for its unique doubled rose-pink flowers and sturdy upright habit. In late spring to early summer, numerous anemone-like flowers form atop long leafy stems. The blooms have short, downward-angled, pink petals that surround an enlarged red-purple or deep pink cone that looks like a pompon. These are slightly fragrant and will bloom for longer if spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded.

A dependable garden staple, purple coneflower self-sows freely and...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, Ruby Giant Coneflower)

The big radial daisies of 'Ruby Giant' offer bright color and light sweet fragrance. This tall vigorous coneflower was selected and introduced by Dan Heims of Terra Nova Nurseries. It has deep rose-pink flowers punctuated by large conical centers of orange-red. Purple coneflower originates from eastern North America where it inhabits open prairies, meadows, roadsides and forest margins.

Coneflower is a dependable garden staple that is happiest when planted in sites with full sun and well-drained,...

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Yoder Brothers

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, Ruby Star Coneflower)

Ruby Star coneflower is a colorful, easy-to-grow garden perennial that originates from the eastern United States and Canada. In early to late summer it produces long, sturdy stems of large, showy, bright pink daisies with conical centers of orange-red. Bloom time may be extended if their spent flowers are removed, or deadheaded. A dependable garden staple, ruby star coneflower self-sows freely but not aggressively. These natives are happiest when planted in sites with full sun and well drained, moderately...

(Eastern Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, Sparkler Coneflower)

The interesting variegated foliage of 'Sparkler' contrasts nicely with its large purple-pink daisies. The dark green leaves of this Terra Nova introduction are mottled with flecks of cream and provide moderate interest even when the plants are not in bloom, though the leaves have a tendency to revert. Purple coneflower originates from eastern North America where it inhabits open prairies, meadows, roadsides and forest margins.

Coneflower is a dependable garden staple that is happiest when planted...