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E. purpurea
8.5M seeds/oz.
Germination: DO NOT cover seed; 70-75°F; 10-12 days
Sizes: Packs, Premium Packs; 4-10” pots
Approx. finish: 10-22 weeks

Echinacea (or Coneflower) is one of those grand perennials that is considered a perennial garden staple. Plant heights can range from dwarf to tall, depending on variety, and produce daisy-like cone-shaped flowers. The most common flower color is purple, but other colors have recently come onto the market. This North American native thrives in hot and sunny conditions and withstands drought conditions more so than most other perennials. A long season bloomer (mid-summer to early fall), the taller varieties make excellent cut and dried flowers, and the flower cones that ultimately produces seeds are a magnet for both butterflies and birds.

For professional growers looking for flower colors other than purple or white please be sure to refer to our Plug & Liner program.

Photo of Cheyenne Spirit Mix Echinacea, Coneflowers
Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit Mix

Photo of PowWow White Echinacea Flowers
Echinacea PowWow White

Echinacea PowWow Wild Berry
Echinacea PowWow Wild Berry

Photo of Echinacea Primadonna Deep Rose, Echinacea
Echinacea Primadonna Deep Rose

Photo of Favorite Perennial Flower Collection, Favorite Perennial Flowers
Favorite Perennial Seed Collection


The Harris Seeds company began catalog operation in 1879. It evolved from the efforts of Joseph Harris who was extremely successful in the selection of superior strains of vegetables and grains. The company became wildly popular because of his basic business philosophy - "Offer my customers a quality product at a fair price and they will return."



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