Although many gardeners work on their landscapes for the long haul, some may not be at their space for more than a season or don’t have the budget for perennial plants. The solution? A temporary garden! And just because a garden is temporary doesn’t mean it can’t be a spectacularly-designed re… Read More →
Coneflower, also known as Echinacea, are great if you are looking for perennial color that ignites the summer meadow or garden. Coneflowers are tough, great for cutting, and one of our most beautiful native wildflowers. They are wonderful for attracting bees and butterflies, while also withstanding drought and hot temperatures. Choose from a variety of colors to set the backdrop for your meadow.
Echinacea is famous across the country for illumining entire meadows with stunning purple flowers. This butterfly magnet is extremely easy to grow and makes for spectacular bouquets. Purple Coneflower is native to North America and looks spectacular planted with Black Eyed Susan or other summer-blooming wildflowers. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow. Perennial. Learn More →
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 in almost any sunny spot. Learn More →
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)