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Yellow Coneflower Echinacea - Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa - Produces 4-inch blooms with prominent coppery-brown tipped cones and drooping yellow petals from June-September. They are long lasting cut-flowers. Yellow coneflower is a tough, heat tolerant, easy to grow, 2-3 foot tall perennial. Seeds may require chilling, instructions included.
Double Decker Echinacea - Echinacea purpurea - The expected single coneflowers appear the first year, the big pay-off comes in years 2 and beyond when a high percentage of the flowers appear as 'twins,' making an impressive summertime show. Monarch butterflies perching on these unique flowers is a memorable sight. Sturdy stems make them excellent cut-flowers.
PR00818 CHEDDAR PINK Cheddar Pink Seeds Dianthus gratianopolitanus Produces sweetly fragrant, 1.5 inch, rose-pink flowers with toothed petals; heaviest bloom is from March until May but will flower most of the summer if old flowers are picked. Forms neat, compact 8-12 inch mounds. Easy to grow, it will tolerate heat, humidity and drought. Blooms the first year. Winter hardy to zone 3.