(PPAF) One of the first echinaceas to flower and among the last to finish. It's a blooming machine! Blooms often appear as early as late June and the strong, well-branched, 30 to 36 inch plants continue to flower into fall. High-domed, pom-pom style blooms are intense magenta-pink surrounded by short, pale pink ray petals. The rich color lasts for weeks before fading to lighter pink. Perhaps the most floriferous coneflower to date and the first double that claims tough Echinacea tennesseensis parentage.
Zone: 4-9 Light: Height: 30" to 3' Width: 0" Spacing: 0" State Restrictions: AK;AZ;CA;HI;ID
Flower Color: Pink Foliage Color: Green Disease Resistant: No Bloom Time: Late June into fall Common Name: Coneflower Size Shipped: 3 inch pot