Echinacea angustifolia Narrow-Leaf Coneflower
A charming Missouri native, Narrow-Leaf Coneflower, Echinacea angustifolia, has daisy-like purple petals that surround a large orange center. Its delightful blossoms appear for June and July, and sporadically for the rest of the summer, creating wonderful displays in the garden and the vase. A tough beauty that is easy to grow in any soil, Narrow-Leaf Coneflower thrives even in the hottest, driest and most humid of summers. It prefers full sun to part shade. Birds adore its tasty seeds.
Use Narrow-Leaf Coneflower in native plant gardens, naturalized areas, in cutting, butterfly and pollinator gardens. It makes an ideal choice for gardens that require little care.
Plant in full sun to part shade in well drained soil.