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Botanical Latin Name: Echinacea Common Name: Coneflower Sun Exposure: Full sun to light shade Hardiness Zones: Three to Nine Mature Height: Two to four feet Spread: Two feet Spacing: Two feet Growth Rate: Fast Flowering Time: Summer

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Botanical Latin Name: Echinacea 
Common Name: Coneflower 
Sun Exposure: Full sun to light shade 
Hardiness Zones: Three to Nine 
Mature Height: Two to four feet 
Spread: Two feet 
Spacing: Two feet 
Growth Rate: Fast 
Flowering Time: Summer 
How Long It Flowers: Three months 
Flower Color: Purple, pink, white, orange, yellow, red 
Soil Requirements: Well-drained loam 
Pruning: Self-sown seedlings should be transplanted, and flowers should be deadheaded to extend the blooming period. 
Flower Form: Echinacea, or coneflower, is notorious for being a medicinal plant, but it’s a winner in the garden as well. This plant has drooping petals that surround a dark, usually purplish-brown cone-shaped center. The flowers last for a long time, are fragrant and make beautiful arrangements whether fresh or dried. The leaves are toothed, alternate and lance-shaped. Echinacea is excellent as a tall border plant and is very drought tolerant. It's also attractive to birds, bees, and butterflies. People collect the root of the plant for healing purposes during the fall of the plant's third or fourth year, but not after the fourth year. Echinacea is natural to start from seed.

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