Echinacea

Where flowers starts to withered in summer,  Echinacea starts to bloom once again, an impressive highlight in the garden. With its intensely colored blossoms at the end of June, it draws not only butterflies and bees but also other insects. The plant reaches approximately 70 - 100 cm. high and formed compact nests. 

 

 

Echinacea loves to be placed on a sunny location.  Withered blossoms should be removed regularly, so that steadily new blossoms can grow.

  

Winter hardness to - 20 degrees

 

Location: Sunny

 

Period of bloom: July, August, September

Best time to Plant: spring, summer, autumn

Propagation through seedling or dividing the plant.

 


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