Echinacea just keep getting fancier! In recent years we have seen an explosion in the colors and forms of echinacea on the market. The problem is that many of the more extreme types are only available through tissue culture, making them quite expensive, and for some reason they seem to be fairly short lived. Thankfully the breeders are coming out with better and better seed grown types which tend to grow quickly and establish into big clumps that you can start cutting on their first summer. They get better each year! I have many of these in our field and they just keep coming back stronger each season.
Hardy zones 3-8.
Prices vary by variety.
Grown in a 128 cell tray, sold as 125. Available for fall shipping only.
Order ten or more weeks before your desired ship date.