Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a perennial found throughout the central and southeastern U.S.A., in open forests, meadows and along roads.
Coneflower is fairly tolerant to drought. However, Echinacea plants do well with adequate watering, and can tolerate various soil types. Purple coneflower is generally native to soils with a pH of 6.0-7.0. Choosing a good site is important for growing and harvesting Echinacea.
Purple coneflower generally has a deep fibrous root system and is harvested at three or four years old.
Package includes: Coneflower 200 Seeds
If starting indoors, provide total darkness and a soil temperature of 21-25°C (70-75°F). Once sprouts appear, provide bright light.
Transplant in larger pots when seedlings have two true leaves, 30-40 days after sowing. Harden off before transplanting outdoors in late spring or early summer and space plants at 12-18″ (30-45cm) apart.
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I soaked these seeds first and whenever a root started to shoot out, put them in some coconut coir. Now I’ve got tons of little baby seedlings and they’re growing like crazy. Can’t wait until they flower.
Hopefully will grow.
Seeds germinated. I'm so pleased. The seedlings are doing great.
Seeds came up but are just now blooming and its starting to get cooler.
It still doesn't show any flowers but at least it's growing ;-) It's mid July. Planted in April.