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Purple Coneflower, also called Echinacea, is famous across the country for its stunning purple flowers and golden center cones. A perennial butterfly and bee magnet, this native wild...
This is one of the "other" Black-eyed Susans. Grows to 3 ft with small flowers in gold splotched brown. Annual....
The droopy, lemon-yellow daisy that's native to the plains. Tough, useful plant for full sun in dry areas. Perennial....
Grey Headed Coneflower is a native perennial known for its tall, skyward-pointing center cones, surrounded by downward-facing yellow petals. Lovely in a meadow setting, each plant pr...
Grey Headed Coneflower is a native perennial known for its tall, skyward-pointing center cones, surrounded by downward-facing yellow petals. Lovely in a meadow setting, each plant produces upwards of twelve stalks topped with singular, attention-getting blooms. A standout wildflower for dry soils. (Ratibida pinnata)
Unlike other Coneflowers, this unique variety has upward-facing petals, giving the flower a cup-like shape. A native variety, Tennessee Purple Coneflower is easy to grow and thrives ...
This striking coneflower produces pure, white blooms with contrasting orange/brown centers. A great cut flower. Perennial. (Echinacea purpurea alba)...
This is the "pale" cousin of famed Purple Coneflower, and often the echinacea used in medicinal preparations. Perennial....
Native Coneflowers, also known as Echinacea, are highly-adaptable wildflowers that can jump from one weather extreme to the next without flinching. Tolerating harsh winters, drought, humidity and extreme heat, as well as a variety of soils, you can rely on the Coneflowers in your landscape to bloom again the following season regardless of what's thrown at them. Their brilliant gold cones, framed by colorful petals, are hugely attractive to a variety of pollinators. All of the seed we carry at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free, and guaranteed to grow.