Large, Red, and Spicy On a StemEchinacea Tomato Soup (Coneflower), Echinacea ‘Tomato Soup’, is the brightest red Echinacea yet and quite the attention-grabber; blooms are 3.5” across and have a strong spicy fragrance.Because ‘Tomato Soup’ is well-branch and vigorous, it produces more blooms than others and offers many new possibilities for garden combinations!It is a long lasting flower that attracts butterflies and hummingbirds and is great in cut flower arrangements! The bright, red intense flowers are supported on strong stems; best if grouped or massed.This Echinacea will present a season full of red daisy-like flowers and is praised for its prolonged blooming after other perennials have faded.Divide clumps when they become overcrowded (about every 4 years. ‘Tomato Soup’ usually reblooms without deadheading, but if spent flowers are removed, this procedure will encourage continued beautiful blooms and improves general appearance. This plant is deer resistant.If you leave some spent blooms on the plants in fall their seeds provide winter food for birds. You can enjoy the dried seed heads as well, because they will provide architectural interest in the winter.Enjoy ‘Tomato Soup’ and its bright tomato red blooms that will scream summer, especially when combined with bright purples and all shades of yellow!* Huge 3.5″ Intensely Red Blooms* Spicy Fragrance* Heat and humidity tolerant .
A compact flower factory PowWow® White Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea ‘PAS702918’) is a compact but mighty flower producer. The typical high yellow cones you associate with Echinacea’s are surrounded by pure white petals, and the flower show goes on for weeks. You will be cutting as many as can to bring inside and they will be constantly replaced with more shining white flowers.PowWow® White Coneflowers are very hardy and dependable perennials. They will perform well in your garden year after year, getting stronger and more beautiful each year. They thrive in sunny locations and are magnets for butterflies and bees. In winter the cones are eagerly sought after by birds, too.Keeping the flowers deadheaded will greatly increase the flowering. Other than that, PowWow® White Coneflowers are almost maintenance free. Echinacea’s’ are a native species that does well in most of the country with very little care.This workhorse will make most any other colored flowers in your garden pop. They look great in all white moon gardens, too. Super hardy and easy to grow, make sure that you save room for these in your garden. Order yours from Nature Hills today. * Super easy care* Adapts to many garden styles* Perfect in the sunny garden.
A color-changing coneflower!Echinacea (coneflower) is an American native that has been a mainstay of gardens since the first ones were discovered in the vast prairies of the mid-west. Due to intensive breeding programs over the last decade, their popularity has skyrocketed. In addition to the initial purple and yellow, they now come in a rainbow of colors.Only one, though, comes in a rainbow of colors on one flower! Butterfly Rainbow Marcella Echinacea comes in mouthwatering sherbet colors. It starts off a sassy tangerine dream and ages from the center out to a blushing raspberry royale. The two-toned effect of the orange and pink together is luscious.Plant Butterfly Rainbow Marcella in full sun and average soil and watch her explode with color. Once established she will bring you years of pleasure. She also becomes more heat and drought tolerant as the years go by.These are beautiful cut flowers, too. The more you cut, the more they flower! Birds love the high central cones and if you let the flowers dry on the plant they make striking winter silhouettes.Plant these kaleidoscope lovelies in your garden this year and enjoy years of mouthwatering beauty.* Color-changing flowers* Great cutting flowers* Drought and heat tolerant* Attracts birds and butterflies.
Sumptuous Color in a Delightful Perennial Raspberry Truffle Coneflower is a prolific perennial with outstanding blooms. Plant several along a border, or scatter throughout your flower beds for a showy splash of color through late summer. Have you ever eaten a raspberry truffle? Remember that feeling of your teeth breaking through the outer shell and the creamy blend of fruit-flavor and satiny chocolate on your tongue? It’s a moment of pure sensual bliss for many people…and your first sight of your Raspberry Truffle Coneflower in bloom will be the same. The center of the coneflower starts out with a deep brown appearance, like a truffle nestled amid the raspberry floral confection, thus inspiring its name. Few things can compare with watching the blooms begin as pink daisies only to slowly transform into 5-inch double, button-top flowers in glorious shades of pink, red and brown. The one-of-a-kind pink/red blend of the outer ray petals perfectly frames the deeper hues of the fluffy center. It’s certainly a delectable display of nature’s majesty. Your Raspberry Truffle Coneflower is compact, with chocolate-colored stems that are sturdy enough to firmly elevate your floral treat above the garden plantings. It’s a hardy little plant overall, being tolerant of heat, humidity and drought. Raspberry Truffle Coneflower is also pest resistant, including deer who seem to take no interest in it at all, it can handle the cold, and is easy to care for. For a glorious floral confection that will delight your garden and your senses, the Raspberry Truffle Coneflower is an outstanding choice. *Outstanding Blooms *Hardy *Deer Resistant *Drought Tolerant.
Coral pink color stuns on this native coneflower!Looking for something hot, hot, hot for your perennial beds and borders? A little tropical color to boost your border from ‘ho-hum’ to ‘WOW!’? If so, then it’s time to plant some Sombrero Hot Coral Coneflowers. These coral-pink versions of the native Echinacea purpurea (coneflower) are reliable bloomers that will fill your flower beds every year from mid-summer until the first frost with hot, tropical color.Sombrero Hot Coral needs to be planted in full sun and average soil, but once it is established it will reward you with eye-catching blooms all season. It is compact, growing only 2’ high and wide, so it will fit into any garden or container. Don’t let the compact size fool you, though, because Hot Coral covers itself in flushes of coral-pink daisy-like flowers with high bronze-colored central cones all through the season.Hot Coral will bring hot color to perennial borders, natural meadows, butterfly or pollinator gardens and wildlife gardens. You can keep cutting the flowers for bouquets and they will keep coming all summer and fall filling your vases. Leave some on for the winter, though, because birds love the high central cones and will enjoy picking at the dried flowers all winter.Sombrero Hot Coral will bring hot, tropical color and tons of flowers to your garden. Don’t wait to order yours!* Hot coral-pink flowers* Great cutting flowers* Drought and heat tolerant* Attracts birds and butterflies* Winter interest and wildlife food source.
Eye-catching soft yellow pom-poms all summer!Brash yellows are easy to come by in the garden. Soft yellows, not so much. Especially soft yellows that don’t fade to white or turn brown or are too ephemeral to last through the heat of summer. Enter Double Scoop Lemon Cream Coneflower (Echinacea ‘Balsclemc’). This lovely new color is like your grandma’s banana pudding – pretty enough to eat.The color is sweet, but the plant is strong – a strong grower, a strong brancher and a strong bloomer. The whole Double Scoop Coneflower brand is a newer introduction of Echinacea and they are bred for strong branching (which means more flowering), hardiness and beauty.Able to weather the intense heat and humidity of a southern summer as well as the biting cold winters of more northern climes (in a dormant state), this pretty flower will astound you year after year.The flowers are double pom-poms making them very fluffy and very touchable – which is good because they look great in vases.These are hardy and steady growers. The foliage stays dark green all summer long.Birds and butterflies love them. Leave some spent flower blooms on at the end of the fall so that the birds can feast on the seed heads over the winter. They’ll thank you for it!* Soft yellow double flowers* Super easy, low-maintenance * Long bloom season* Attracts butterflies* Native cultivar.
Pristine white flowers till the first frost!Are you tired of replanting the annual flowerbed every year? Quick, easy color is good, but what if we could offer you a plant that fills your bed to overflowing with flowers that are easier to care for than annuals and get better every year?Perhaps it’s time to replant with Sombrero Blanco Coneflower. These pristine white versions of the native Echinacea purpurea (coneflower) will reliably fill your flower beds every year from mid-summer until the first frost.Plant Sombrero Blanco in full sun and average soil and it will reward you with snow-white blooms all season. It is compact – only 2’ high and wide – but covers itself in white daisy-like flowers with high gold-colored central cones for months on end.Once Blanco is established it is heat, drought, deer and rabbit resistant and will bring you years of pleasure. It is weather sturdy, too, bearing up to summer rain with finesse.Besides replacing your annuals, Blanco is well-suited to perennial borders, natural meadows, butterfly or pollinator gardens and wildlife gardens. They are perfect for containers and are stars in the cutting garden. Cut as many as you want – they will reflower freely.You should leave some on for the winter, though, because birds love the high central cones and if you let the flowers dry on the plant they will entertain the birds all winter.Sombrero Blanco will bring a refreshing shade of white and tons of flowers to your garden. Don’t wait to order yours!* Pristine white flowers* Great cutting flowers* Drought and heat tolerant* Attracts birds and butterflies* Winter interest and wildlife food sourcePick your color….
Vibrant burgundy daisies bloom for months!You might know Echinacea purpurea (purple coneflower) from the pretty purple flowers you see in big box stores every summer. If that’s the case, then Sombrero Baja Burgundy Coneflower is here to shake things up! The deep burgundy/purple flowers are unequalled in the purple coneflower world. They are vibrant and free-flowering for months, from mid-summer until the first frost.Plant Sombrero Baja Burgundy in full sun and average soil and it will pop with bright blooms all season. It is compact – only 2’ high and wide – but covers itself in lightly scented burgundy daisy-like flowers for months on end. Once Baja Burgundy is established it is drought, deer and rabbit resistant and will bring you years of pleasure.Perfect for perennial borders, natural meadows, butterfly or pollinator gardens and wildlife gardens. They look great in containers and are must-haves in the cutting garden. Baja Burgundy is one of the best cutting Echinacea’s on the market! On the other hand, birds love the high central cones and if you let the flowers dry on the plant they will animate your winter garden as much as they did the summer garden.Sombrero Baja Burgundy will bring a deeper shade of purple and tons of flowers to your garden. Order them before we sell out!* Rich purple-red flowers* Great cutting flowers* Drought and heat tolerant* Attracts birds and butterflies* Winter interest and wildlife food source.
The Coneflower ‘Ruby Star’, Echinacea purpurea ‘Ruby Star’, produces large, intense carmine red, daisy-like flowers with a dark bronze pincushion-like center cone.These flowers grow on 40 inch tall stems from late spring through fall!”Ruby Star’ is a great sun-loving and drought tolerant perennial; attracts butterflies! This coneflower is stunning with ornamental grasses, easy to grow in full sun to part shade, and does best in full sun.This plant adapts to drought, moist soil, heat, humidity and poor soil. Coneflowers do double duty when it comes to benefiting wildlife. The new flowers provide nectar for butterflies and other pollinators, while old flowers provide seed for songbirds.The dead flower stems will remain erect well into the winter and, if flower heads are not removed, are often visited by goldfinches and other birds to feed on the seed.For best results, plant ‘Ruby Star’ in full sun in a well drained area. It is a great choice for cut flowers, and it adds a wilderness look to your garden!* Heat and humidity tolerant* Food for wildlife* Tall stems .
Color Transitions With Age The Coneflower ‘Green Envy’, Echinacea purpurea ‘Green Envy’, is an easy to grow flower that produces beautiful light green fading to pink daisy-like flowers.The Green Envy blooms from July to September and is a major attractor to butterflies and bees. It a must for any perennial gardens. The pretty flowers occur on tall dark green stems with dark green foliage. For best results, plant in full sun in a well drained area.Echinacea is known for its large flower heads that turn to seed in the fall. It is a great choice for cut flowers, and it adds a wilderness look to your garden.Not only is it a prized perennial for many gardeners, but it is also said to be a potent medicine. Echinacea is said to increase immune function, reduce the effects of colds and flu, fight off viral, bacterial and fungal infections and purify the blood and flush waste from the lymphatic system.Divide clumps when they become overcrowded (about every 4 years). ‘Green Envy’ usually reblooms without deadheading, but if spent flowers are removed, this procedure will encourage continued beautiful blooms and improves general appearance. This plant is deer and rabbit resistant.Create a group of these lovely pink blooms which will become a gorgeous focal point in your yard! * Flowers Change from Green to Pink Over Time* Blooms Late Summer Into Fall* Attracts Butterflies, Hummingbirds, and Birds.