Tomato Soup Echinacea Plants produce large, vibrant, tomato-red petals that surround a bronze central cone. The 6-inch wide flowers bloom throughout mid-to-late-summer and are great for adding a shot of color to a fresh flower arrangement. Echinacea is a clump-forming perennial that offers 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 full sun with most any soil type (if it is well drained). The deer and rabbits tend to avoid them.
Amy F on 6/22/2018 11:34:21 AM
Comment: Very impressed with secure packaging, healthy plants upon receipt, and they are adapting/loving their new Iowa habitat!!!
Patsy L on 6/15/2018 5:29:40 PM
Comment: Shipped on date stated now to wait for the bloom. We got the lovely rain to help set the plant in, came healthy
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