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Purple Coneflower Plants

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The Purple Coneflower is an excellent addition to any miniature garden that blooms in summer and fall. This showy flower has a fibrous root system that is ideal for growing in different soil conditions. Also known as Echinacea Purpurea, this flower is drought, deer, and rabbit-resistant. 

Purple Coneflowers Make Great Border Plants


This perennial is regularly used as a bordering type due to its ability to propagate quickly. Its unique, showy arrangement of flowers easily identifies it. These beautiful flower stalks will host a giant lavender to pink hue flower. All flowers will have a spiny orange center and drooping petals. 

Goldfinches And Butterflies Love The Purple Coneflower


Native to the central and southeastern portion of the United States, the flower is a delight for all types of gardens. It is commonly utilized in wooded areas and meadow-like expanses. This easy grower isn't prone to any serious diseases or pest infestations. Its sweet summertime nectar will attract an abundance of beautiful wildlife. Bees, hummingbirds, goldfinches, and other songbirds will all seek out this flower's nourishing seeds.

Purple Coneflower Has Long-Lasting Blooms


This low-maintenance ornamental perennial is a long-lasting bloom, providing a sweet lavender color throughout most summer and fall months. A great cool-tone addition to any household garden, this robust flower will grow up to four feet tall and spread between one and a half and two feet wide. A healthy one can showcase between 25 and 50 prominent flowerheads during its blooming season each year.

Purple Coneflower Has Emerald-Green Foliage 

Apart from its overly showy lavender flowers, the Purple Coneflower has lance-shaped leaves with an altering arrangement. With a deep green hue, these leaves will feel sandpapery to the touch. The plant is also green, and its stems are round and hollow. It doesn't possess any woody substance like some other herbaceous plants do.