Contents: Approximately 45 seeds, .2 g.
Days to Maturity: 2-3 years
A very popular ornamental and the most common Echinacea species, widely used as a medicinal plant. The flowers are 3-4 in. across with pink-orange cone-shaped centers and purple-pink rays. Easy to germinate and widely adapted. Unlike other Echinacea’s the seeds do not require cold treatment, the roots are fibrous rather than taprooted, and the plant is more highly branched at the top.
Southern Exposure focuses on offering heirloom varieties that are particularly well suited to growing in the Southeast. They work with a number of small farms in order to provide only Certified Organic and Non-GMO seeds.
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