Echinacea purpurea 4. Hyssop officinalis 5. Valeriana officinalis Harvest 2012 Seeds of medicinal herbs for sale: 1. Calendula officinalis 2. Company "NIKA VG UK LIMITED" offers seeds of medicinal herbs in bulk directly from the manufacturer from 100...
‘Butterfly Kisses' coneflower is a compact perennial perfect for containers, butterfly gardens, and landscape plantings. It blooms throughout the summer, adding bright color to patio pots or perennial gardens.
Flower Color: Pink
Patent Number: PP#24458
Foliage Color: Green
Soil Moisture: Dry, Well Draining
Planting Depth: Crown of plant should rest just at or above the soil surface after watering in.
U.S. Utility Patent #7,982,110. A magical palette of coneflowers in lush, warm colors creates a tropical garden spectacle from June through August. Single flowers in juicy shades of orange, yellow, scarlet red, rose, purple and cream stand 26-30" tall.
With its unusual flower, 'Bubble Gum' will quickly become a favorite stop for butterflies. This delightful coneflower has deep pink center cushions of short petals, framed by baby pink, flared ray petals.
As the flower forms, the center cone stays rich, dark red, a nice contrast with the "red-or-are-they-pink" petals; the sturdy stems are dark chocolate (the color, that is). We're knocked out by this flowerful double coneflower.
For harvesting the cone, harvest when the cone is raised and has turned golden.Harvest when the cone is raised and has turned golden. Packet: 25 seeds.Transplant (recommended): Sow 8-10 weeks before planting outside.
The petals retain color, bright red and stunning in groupings along Agastache, Phlox and Sedum. Fundamental flower for the perennial border, natural meadow, butterfly or pollinator garden, or native wildflower garden.
Resistant To: Cold, Deer, Disease, Drought, Heat, Rabbit
For harvesting the cone, harvest when the cone is raised and has turned golden.Harvest when the cone is raised and has turned golden. Transplant into cell packs or larger containers after the first true leaves appear, 30-40 days after sowing the seed.
Makes for a carnival of color, ideal as a backdrop for a mass planting of purple petunias or pink vinca. Our blend of the full spectrum of echinacea colors and bloom types brings divine color harmony to the garden.
Flowers entrance the gaze with furry, brown, tufted centers, set off by slender, yellow-orange petals. Massed in the sun-washed landscape, ‘Marmalade‘s big, bright blaze of extra-large, semi-double tangy-orange flowers sparks a potent rush of tropical...
Echinacea purpurea, commonly known as purple coneflower, is an herbaceous perennial that is native to the central to southeastern United States. U.S. Plant Patent #26,639. Excellent flower for the perennial border, natural meadow, butterfly or pollinator...
This outstanding variety, an All-America Selections winner, produces a continuous flower show through the summer. Berry beautiful and berry prolific, this ruby-toned beauty produces a floriferous flurry of rose-purple 3-4" flowers with dark rose centers.
Combine with vivid blue and rose phloxes, bright chartreuse green and purple perennials for an extra vibrant show-stopper. A sure magnet for busy butterflies and buzzing bees; a visual and auditory treat.
Tall perfect for patio containers. U.S. Plant Patent #24,458. Butterfly Kisses' was bred by the master hybridizer Arie Blom in The Netherlands. We recommend for use in the perennial border, native plant or butterfly garden, or in wildflower garden.
Grows up to 3 feet tall with pale purple to pink blooms. Pale Purple Coneflower blooms in early summer before most other flowers. The coneflower is loved for its nectar by hummingbirds and butterflies.
Thin to one plant. Vigorous plants with large, purple-petaled flowers. Sow in the fall to allow the oscillating temperatures and natural rain to stimulate germination.Fresh: For harvesting the flower, harvest when the petals are expanding.
Yellow Coneflower is visited by nectar seeking butterflies in June and small seed eating birds in the fall. Bright skirts of hard to find yellow. The pretty blossoms of Yellow Coneflower consist of yellow daisy-like petals surrounding a brown bristly...
The 20-24" plants are remarkable for their dense branching, producing more flowers than any other compact white echinacea we've ever met. Let the (flower) show begin! The sensational explosion of 3-4" pure white flowers with golden centers dazzles from...
Water wise plant, this coneflower is well branched, sturdy and compact, producing flowers galore. Dry seed heads also add interest to the winter garden. This great Echinacea produces very large, single flowers with bright orange-red petals surrounding...
Easy-to-grow plant that is tolerant of drought, heat, humidity and poor soil. Plants bloom with showy, daisy-like flowers from mid-summer until first frost. Super-charged blooming power, masses of vivid yellow daisies, Echinacea, Sombrero Lemon Yellow...
Deep burgundy daisies are vibrant, and free blooming for months from mid-summer until first frost. The color of 'Sombrero Baja Burgundy' is without equal among the coneflowers. One of the best echinacea for cut flowers, ultimate butterfly magnet, and...