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    Echinacea 'Julia': A new coneflower. I'm amazed at what the breeders have done over the past decade with this beloved meadow flower. Perfect for our Midwestern climate, and beautiful. 'Julia' is compact and dwarf--good for containers or in front of the border. Nearly perfect in flowering habit: Compact, cranks out flowers all season long. Deer leave it alone, too. What more can you ask for?

    love this echinacea - coconut lime