The Echinacea 'Sunrise' is probably the biggest color breakthrough in coneflowers ever. These beautiful plants produce fragrant, huge 5 inch yellow flowers -- yes yellow flowers on a perennial we have called purple coneflower for generations. The rich yellow blooms slowly mature to a pale shade of lemon giving the plants even more eye appeal by having several shades of yellow all at once. Echinacea Sunrise is not only one of our favorite coneflowers it is one of our favorite perennials. Yellow Flower
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Yellow Hibiscus by Andreanna Moya Photography: The Yellow Hibiscus (Ma-0 hau hele or the Pua aoloalo0 was chosen as the state flower of Hawaii in 1998 and is a rare and endangered plant which can be found growing on all of the Hawaiian Islands except Kaho’olawe and Ni’ihau. via hawaiianflower.org/ #Hawaii #Yellow_Hibiscus #Andreanna Moya_Photography
Just planted some of these in my butterfly garden...8-5-2013 Echinacea 'Sunrise' (Coneflower) - Fine Gardening Plant Guide
The Echinacea 'Milkshake' is another fabulous double white coneflower in the Cone-Fections series from AB-Cultivars. Plants are larger than the similar looking variety Meringue and are perfect for mixing in with most any color of mid-sized perennials. The dainty white blooms hold their color extremely well - a characteristic that some other white Echinaceas lack. Milkshake coneflower plants have nice sturdy stems which makes them perfect cutting.
Echinacea 'Meringue' - from the Cone-fections series. The flowers have creamy white pom-pom centers with white petals draping from the bottom creating a very distinct, elegant look. Plants are short with an upright habit growing to only around 18 inches in height. Meringue is a perfect coneflower for growing in containers or planting in the front of the perennial border.