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Coneflower Plant, Echinacea, is part of the daisy family.

Coneflower leaves can either be lance-shaped or wide. The leaves grow at the base of the stem, and it is a tall plant, standing at up to 4 ft. The leaves are usually hairy. The plant is known for its colorful blossom. The flower of the plant can be pink, yellow, or orange. The petals can droop slightly or swoop up, framing the cone-shaped center. The center of the flower has an orange tint to it.

The plant is also part of the daisy family and exhibits characteristics of the grouping in its flower. It is, in fact, much like an oversized common garden daisy, with a lot more flair. It is used in landscaping to provide color and character to the garden. It is a feature flower, often framed by a ground cover or low-lying plants. The flowers are planted in a bunch together so that they form a sort of living bouquet. You can use this perennial as a garden decoration that requires less watering than many other flowers.

Coneflower Plant, Echinacea, is straightforward to grow.

This perennial is a lovely addition to any garden or landscaping. It provides a pop of color in the flower and rich green foliage; It also adds dimension to landscaping with its remarkable height. It is an excellent medium size plant to add to a landscape design with low-lying plants and tall shrubs, as it bridges the gap in height. This adds a sort of fluidity to the dimensions of the landscape design.

It is straightforward to grow, requiring direct sunlight and well-drained soil. It can grow in zones 3 through 10 as a very versatile plant. You can supplement your soil with organic matter or fertilizer if you like, but this flower is best known for its ability to grow in practically any type of soil condition. Give your flowers at least an inch of water weekly, and you should be set.

Coneflowers grow upright and are a North American perennial in the daisy family. The plant is native to the eastern United States. They can reach 2 to 4 feet and have dark green leaves. They overgrow and produce a lot of seeds on their own. These beautiful summer bloomers can bloom from midsummer to winter in the fall.

 

 

Coneflower Plant, which grows upright, is a North American perennial in the daisy family.

The plant is native to the eastern United States. They can reach 2 to 4 feet and have dark green leaves. They overgrow and produce a lot of seeds on their own. These beautiful summer bloomers can bloom from midsummer to winter in the fall. The genus Echinacea is derived from the Latin word for growth factor, written works, and refers to the plant's often touchy, relatively low stem. They have raised cone-like middles that contain seeds that attract butterflies. 

 The flowers are a rich purple to pink, with blossoms growing around a tall seed cone. The spines on this cone are very sharp—some plants re-bloom in early autumn. Flowers range from 2 to 3 inches and have 6 to 12 puffy yellow petals. The central disc measures 12 to 34 inches and is initially a green, dome-shaped cone; when the fibrous yellow disc flowers bloom, the disc takes on a bulbous shape. The leaves surrounding the flower's base are spear to egg-shaped, unequal in size and hairless to variously hairy. 

 The leaves are narrow, lance-shaped, and slightly curved. The upper surface of the leaves is frequently dark green and covered with scattered white hairs. The leaves on the stems and lower stems are large, up to 10 inches long and wide, deeply teardrop-shaped in 3 to 7 parts, irregularly toothed, and grow on leaves and stems up to 4 inches long. As the stem increases, the leaves become smaller and shorter stalked.

 Its Surfaces range from hairless to sparsely haired. Stems are single and multiple from the base, branched in the upper plant, bald, and have a clumpy bloom in most cases. Plants can form colonies through the use of long, spreading roots. Flower petals and leaves are both edible. In herbs or other medicinal methods, all plant parts have been used.

 

The genus Echinacea is derived from the Latin word for growth factor, written works, and refers to the plant's often touchy, relatively low stem. Coneflowers have raised cone-like middles that contain seeds that attract butterflies. The flowers are a rich purple to pink, with blossoms growing around a tall seed cone. The spines on this cone are very sharp—some plants re-bloom in early autumn. Flowers range from 2 to 3 inches and have 6 to 12 puffy yellow petals. The central disc measures 12 to 34 inches and is initially a green, dome-shaped cone; when the fibrous yellow disc flowers bloom, the disc takes on a bulbous shape. The leaves surrounding the flower's base are spear to egg-shaped, unequal in size and hairless to variously hairy. 

 

The leaves are narrow, lance-shaped, and slightly curved. The upper surface of the leaves is frequently dark green and covered with scattered white hairs. The leaves on the stems and lower stems are large, up to 10 inches long and wide, deeply teardrop-shaped in 3 to 7 parts, irregularly toothed, and grow on leaves and stems up to 4 inches long. As the stem increases, the leaves become smaller and shorter stalked.

 Its Surfaces range from hairless to sparsely haired. Stems are single and multiple from the base, branched in the upper plant, bald, and have a clumpy bloom in most cases. Plants can form colonies through the use of long, spreading roots. Flower petals and leaves are both edible. In herbs or other medicinal methods, all plant parts have been used.

 Echinacea plants contain a complex mixture of active ingredients. Some of these compounds have antimicrobial and antiviral properties, while others may provide antibody support in other ways. Echinacea Phenolic acids regulate the activity of cellular proteins and cell receptors. They shield the plants from infections and UV radiation damage, which may have protective effects.

 This perennial is best known for its immune-boosting properties and is frequently used to prevent or treat the common cold. Coneflower can also reduce the risk of developing colds by more than half. Coneflower produce cream has been shown to help ease eczema symptoms and repair the skin's thin, protective outer layer.

 It may increase immunity; its effects on the common cold are unknown. It makes it easier for cells to respond to insulin and sugar. Coneflower significantly reduced anxiety in humans. It helped to reduce important inflammatory markers and memory loss due to inflammation. The coneflower plant killed pancreatic and colon cancer cells by inducing apoptosis or controlled cell death.

 

Coneflower Plant and Echinacea Plants are For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping

 Sun exposure:  partial sun

Water requirement: Moderate moisture

Zone: 3 to 9

Best time to Harvest: Spring

Ship as: Bareroot

Height at maturity:  2 to 4 ft tall

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    CONEFLOWER PLANT

    Posted by Leah Cox on Jan 26, 2022

    Another good choice for landscaping. This blends beautifully to other perennial plants.

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