(Echinacea purp.): (5 pt) 2010 All-American Selection Winner. 2-3’ upright, compact. Sturdy extremely-well-branched flower stems, so copious flowering. 3-4” intense rose-purple/near-magenta downward-arching rays, large orange-copper center cone, June-Aug. Dark toothed leaves. Dry to moist, takes drought/poor soil. Borders, meadows, cut flowers. Midwest native. Bees, Butterflies, Birds.
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