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The classic large-flowered beauty, with unusual salmon- to rose-pink daisies 4 to 6 inches wide around a huge amber-brown cone. This plant is robust and tall, reaching 36 to 40 inches high and spreading up to 16 inches wide. Many people cite Magnus as their favorite Echinacea of all time.
Sweetly fragrant, this beautiful white-flowered variety combines with every other plant in the sunny border! The daisies are 4 to 4 1/2 inches wide, their long, slender petals slightly downturned and their golden-green cones held upright to receive butterflies and bees! Compact at just 2 feet high, this plant is long-blooming and very robust.
The variety that created a sensation when it was introduced, Cheyenne Spirit is still "the" Coneflower to grow! You get red, pink, white, and even yellow blooms in this stunning mix, all of them more wind- and rain-resistant than just about any other variety! An AAS winner that is highly sought by gardeners everywhere, this plant ranges from 18 to 30 inches high and spreads 12 to 20 inches wide. Find a place of honor, sow the whole packet, and wait for the incredible show!
A groundbreaking variety that walked off with AAS honors and still has gardeners queuing up to get the seeds, PowWow Wild Berry is the first-ever Echinacea to bloom the first year from seed. And such blooms -- 3 to 4 inches wide, a radiant shade of fuchsia-purple, and so abundant! Well-branched, fast-growing plants reach 20 to 24 inches high and 12 to 16 inches wide, with a lower-growing, bushier habit you'll love.