PowWow® Wild Berry Coneflower

PowWow® Wild Berry Coneflower

A True Force of Nature!

Item # 31548
Available Feb 17, 2020 to open plant zones. View schedule.
Buy 3+ at $15.95 ea
Buy 6+ at $14.95 ea

When it comes to flower power, nothing can top this vibrant Echinacea! The flowers bloom and bloom all season long, and this plant's brilliant blossoms are sure to add an impressive burst of color to your garden. Echinacea purpurea is a compact plant, which means that you can place PowWow Wild Berry in containers and small gardens, achieving a big impact in less space than ever!

These flowers won't fade after being cut, which means that PowWow® Wild Berry is perfect for bouquets and indoor arrangements. Like other varieties in the Echinacea family, PowWow® Wild Berry attracts bees, butterflies, and birds, making it the ideal plant for those who wish to bring more pollinators into the garden and feed the local songbirds.

This Echinacea grows beautifully in all types of climates, but prefers full sun and rich, well-drained soil. Recommended for zones 3-9, this plant only gets to be about 24 inches in height and 16 inches in width, making it a powerful, yet pint-sized plant. Add PowWow® Wild Berry to your landscape this season for years of beauty!

Review Summary
(Based on 2 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


The best pink coneflower out there!
Gretchen Large from NH wrote on March 28, 2018

Stout and showy! Blooms extended season if deadheaded. Excellent in bridal and bride's maid bouquets. Gorgeous in the garden and in a vase.

Lots of flowers that last!
Nancy from TN wrote on August 10, 2017

I raised these from see and it took all the first year to mature. I think I got 2 blooms from the 10 or so plants. I was disappointed last year in them, but they more than made up for it this year (their 2nd year). Lots and lots of blooms that seem to last a month each. Now, in August, the middle "cones" are drying out and I have seen Goldfinches perched on them eating the seeds in the cones. That is a first! Love these!

Which plants should I grow to repel insects?
Many of the herbs will repel insects. Pennyroyal repels fleas and other insects. Pyrethrum repels moths, flies, ants, mosquitoes, cockroaches, mites, and bedbugs. Mint repels flies, fleas, and ants. Lavender repels flies, silverfish, and fleas. Catnip can repel mosquitoes. Thyme repels insects. Lemon Grass repels mosquitoes. Basil repels flies and mosquitoes. Sage repels a variety of insects. Chrysanthemum, grown for its beautiful flowers and for the extraction of pyrethrin (an organic insecticide), repels flies, beetles, mosquitoes, roaches, lice, and fleas.

Which plants should I grow to repel rabbits and deer?
Deer eating dayliliesPlanting garlic, onions, chives, lavender, rosemary, and sage around rabbit-susceptible plants will repel rabbits. Deer repellent plants include: lavender, onion, catnip, sage, chives, garlic, spearmint, and thyme. Be sure to strategically place these repellent plants around and in between rabbit and deer-susceptible plants. Also, place some along the property line and especially at key points the rabbits and deer are using as entryways, which can even deter them from coming onto your property.

Which of your plants offered are deer resistant?
Perennials that are deer resistant include: Asclepias, Aster, Baptisia, Coreopsis, Dianthus, Digitalis, Echinacea, Gaillardia, Heuchera, Hibiscus, Malva, Monarda, Oriental Poppy, Platycodon, Peony, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Sedum, and Tricyrtis. Shrubs include: Buddleia, Buxus, Cotoneaster, Daphne, Forsythia, Fothergilla, Hibiscus (Rose of Sharon), Potentilla, Spiraea, Syringa, and Viburnum. Vines include: Clematis, Honeysuckle, Campsis, Wisteria, and Climbing Hydrangea. Trees include: Acer (Maple), Cercis (Redbud), Corylus, Fagus (Beech), Magnolia, Ginkgo, Mulberry, Spruce, and Salix (Willow).