Echinacea paradoxa

(Sneezeweed)

The yellow Echinacea used extensively to create the range of colours now available to gardeners. This produces large, bright yellow flowers with a green central knob that turns bronze as the flower ages. Carried on straight stems with a few mid-green leaves. Best grown in a free-draining soil.

The yellow Echinacea used extensively to create the range of colours now available to gardeners. This produces large, bright yellow flowers with a green central knob that turns bronze as the flower ages. Carried on straight stems with a few mid-green leaves. Best grown in a free-draining soil.

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Colour: Yellow
Flowers: July and August
Height x Spread: 90cm x 45cm
Soil: Well-drained
Planting position: Sun
Wildlife Friendly
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A hardy perennial, this survives temperatures down to -10 degrees or more. The leaves die back in autumn and emerge again in spring. Cut back old foliage before the new leaves start to grow. Echinacea can be rather temperamental garden plants, often not returning the following season. Why? I'm unsure, but I've found removing old flowers helps to increase longevity, and although they like a well-drained soil, they don't like it too dry. Can fade in damper soils.

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