Echinacea – SunSeekers Rainbow Coneflower
Can’t decide what color of Coneflower you should grow? Then you need SunSeekers Rainbow Coneflower, Echinacea, it features unique flowers with many different colors on one plant! SunSeekers Rainbow Coneflower’s blossoms open in light yellow then transform to hues of pink, blush, coral, lavender, salmon and more. Absolutely incredible when its many different colors are displayed at once. Flowers are born on strong stems over large green mounds of foliage. These unique flowers look gorgeous in the garden and in mixed bouquets.
A member of the outstanding SunSeekers series of Conflowers. They stand out from others with their unique forms and colors. Their vibrant colors stay rich and don’t fade. SunSeeker Coneflowers have exceptional vigor, masses of flowers, and dense habit with short stems and dark green, narrow leaves.
Plant Coneflower, Echinacea, in full sun to part shade. Add a shovel full or two of organic matter to soil when planting. Tolerant of drought, but for best blooming keep well watered when plants are setting up bud and in bloom. Although they will bloom continually without deadheading, cutting back spent blooms will encourage more flowers. Coneflower’s seed heads are a favorite for dried flower arrangements and add considerable interest to winter landscapes. Goldfinches and other birds swarm to Coneflower seeds.