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Cara Mia™ Rose Echinacea Plant

  • - Coneflower
  • - Height: 16-20 inches
  • - Hardiness Zone: 4-9
  • - Exposure: Full Sun
  • - Bloom Time: July-September
  • - Each Quart contains 1 Cara Mia™ Rose Echinacea Plant
Plant Features

Cara Mia™ Rose Echinacea produce stunning double blooms in a striking shade of true raspberry red. You'll be impressed with the incredible amount of blooms! This coneflower is destined to be the darling of the perennial garden. Echinacea are clump-forming perennials that offer large showy blooms that attract butterflies and bees for its nectar and wild birds for the seeds once the flower-head dries out. Once they are established, coneflowers are drought tolerant. They thrive in sunny spots with most any soil type as long as it is well drained. Deer and rabbits tend to avoid them. 

Companion Planting: Achillea, Coreopsis, Delphinium, Geranium, Grasses, Hemerocallis, Monarda, Phlox

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight 6+ hours
Soil Moisture Moist
Soil Properties Well-drained
Tolerates Sandy soil
Fertilizer When transplanted and then once every Spring
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
Height Category Tall
Mature Spread 16-24 inches
Habit Upright
Flower Color Red
Foliage Color Green
Attracts Bees, Butterflies, Wild Birds
Features Cut Flower, Drought tolerant, Heat tolerant
Garden Styles Butterfly Garden, Container Garden, Cottage Garden, Pollinator Garden, Prairie Garden
Plant Used for Aesthetic Appeal, Borders and Edging, Filler, Focal Point, Healing and Medicinal, Winter Interest
Critter Resistance Deer, Rabbit
Pet Friendly Yes
Plant Type Hybrid

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Ordered Cara Mia . Plant is healthy ,foliage looking healthy have a few blooms . Very pleased with purchase early july . Have placed more than 1 order thanks GrowJoy . Zone 5 iowa

From Penny | August 27, 2021


I got this plant last year, it did fairly well. When Texas winter came, I thought it was a goner. But I cut it all the way down and it came back twice as big. Packs a punch of color.

From anonymous | May 23, 2021