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This page gives instructions on how to buy coneflower flower seeds from David's Garden Seeds. Coneflower seeds, also known as echinacea where it has gained popularity in the herbal world, produce showy blooms on sturdy, upward stalks. Unique for its petals that drape down and away from its conical center, it offers up its pollen to bees and butterflies passing by. Plant this perennial to ensure nearby plants have plenty of pollination. Coneflowers are drought resistant and will thrive on the available moisture from rain except in extremely dry areas.


Coneflower Conehead Mix

Flower Coneflower Conehead Mix 500 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds

$4.45

Conehead Mix Coneflowers bring the Echinacea and Ratibida families together for the first time in one intriguing mix. Suitable for all regions of North America. Blooms in about 365 days.


Mexican Hat Coneflower

Flower Coneflower Mexican Hat 500 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds

$4.45

Mexican Hat Coneflower Seed – a truly colorful coneflower variety! Its name is quite telling. Mexican Hat is an intriguing wildflower that is particularly suited to inhospitable terrain. Plant Mexican Hat seeds in full sun.  Blooms in about 60 days.


Flower Native Texas Coneflower PurpleFlower Native Texas Coneflower Purple

Flower Native Texas Coneflower Purple 200 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$4.45

This perennial reaches a height of 2 feet, grows in shade to full sun, and blooms from April through June. With deadheading, and a little extra water, it can bloom all summer. It likes well drained soils of sand, loam, clay, or limestone. Purple Coneflower is one of the very best plants to attract butterflies. It is also important species to add into any tall grass prairie restoration. Seed can be sown in fall or spring. Blooms April thru May, Perennial. For best results plant in Fall to bloom in late to mid Spring.


Flower Coneflower Tall PinkFlower Coneflower Tall Pink

Flower Coneflower Tall Pink 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$4.45

These heat- and drought-resistant beauties develop wave after wave of blooms all summer long. Plus, coneflowers, are a top menu item for hungry butterflies which will flock to your yard to enjoy the nectar-rich blooms. Attracts butterflies and Hummingbirds. Deer/rabbit resistant. Cornflower is also known as bachelor button. Flowers are a medium pink, and plants grow to 36 inches tall. Suitable for cutting, beds and borders, flower mixtures, and the pollinator garden. Flower petals are edible. Blooms in about 80 days.


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