This is a DWARF version of the popular coneflower with clear pink, drooping, flexed flower petals and red-tipped orange cones. Plants bloom in early summer and rebloom in midsummer. Tolerates Poor Soil Conditions.
Provides attractive seed heads for autumn and winter. Great for small areas. Drought tolerant coneflowers can be grown in hot windy areas where little else will survive. Ideal for naturalized areas, cutting and butterfly gardens.
Very tough and durable. Cut faded flowers to encourage new blooms.
* Deer & Drought Resistant *
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Primary Foliage Color
Seasonal Foliage Color
Purple (color intensity dependent on light)
Full Sun and Partial Shade
Average: Prepare planting area for adequate drainage. Poor drainage results in root rot.