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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. Echinacea are drought resistant and will thrive on the available moisture from rain except in extremely dry areas.
Planting echinacea seeds in your yard
- Native North American herbaceous perennial
- Excellent for pollinators
- Also called coneflower
- Prefers full sun exposure