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  • Anne McShane

    'Double Scoop Orangeberry' Coneflower Plants produce lovely cut flowers for arrangements; they are both long-lasting and fragrant. This very hardy, well-branched compact plant grows in an upright way and seems to bloom forever -- from late spring through late summer. Butterflies love it, too. Name: Echinacea 'Double Scoop Orangeberry' Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: 30 inches tall, 22 inches wide Zones: 5-9 Grow It With: Salvia

  • Marian McDermed

    Double Scoop Orangeberry Coneflower. It looks more like a Dahlia. Or maybe a scoop of sherbet. Really want a few of these for my garden this summer. Love the color combo. http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/new-perennials/?sssdmh=dm17.585750&esrc=nwgn030812&email=3348108512#page=6

  • Sorrel Vinson

    2012 Garden ideas - "Double Scoop" orange coneflower http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/new-perennials/?page=6

  • Christine Charney

    'Double Scoop Orangeberry' Coneflower I need these for my flower garden! =)

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