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The easiest Echinacea to grow — germinates without stratification. Vigorous plants with large, purple-petaled flowers in their second year. Fibrous roots are easy to harvest (other species have taproots). Attracts and is a food source for bees. Also known as purple coneflower and eastern purple coneflower. Normally grown for 3–4 years for harvest of sizeable roots.
10-15 days at 65-70°F (18-21°C).
Days to Maturity
300 – 365 Days
Transplant (recommended): Sow 8-10 weeks before planting outside. Transplant into cell packs or larger containers after the first true leaves appear, 30-40 days after sowing the seed. Harden off and transplant outside in late spring or early summer.
Direct seed: Sow in spring when soil is warm, 65°F (18°C). Sow in groups of 3-4 seeds, 1/8″ deep. Thin to one plant. Sow in the fall to allow the oscillating temperatures and natural rain to stimulate germination.
Average, well-drained soil.
Will tolerate partial shade.
18-24″. Division is necessary only when the plants appear crowded.
Fresh: For harvesting the flower, harvest when the petals are expanding. For harvesting the cone, harvest when the cone is raised and has turned golden.
Medicinal: Roots should be harvested in the fall of the third or fourth year with a spading fork. Leaves and flowers can be harvested in their second year when they are in full blossom. Only harvest 20% of blossoms to ensure continued health.
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