Here's a perennial bargain you wont see everywhere. Three Echinacea plants from a great group that includes some of the best pinks, whites and yellows--the most popular colors. Its a great way to fill your sunny garden with these famous perennials at a fraction of their usual prices.
By now, almost everybody knows that the original Echinaceas are the famous plains native wildflowers in pink and white. The common name of the common wildflower is Purple Coneflower. Actually, that flower is really pink, and then there's a variation of the wildling with white flowers. They're better know today by their botanical name: Echinacea.
For years before they were a favorite of the herbal medicine industry, they were always one of the loveliest groups of wildflowers on the plains.
The large pink-to-purple daisy, known as Purple Coneflower is a mainstay of all well-grown wildflower meadows, and is also a major color maker in perennial borders.
In recent years, the hybridizers have been adding new shades to the Echinacea group almost every year. And this mix includes three of the most popular, distinctly different colors.