This native of the United States has cone-like flower heads with drooping purple petals. This species needs a well-drained soil and is more difficult to grow than Echinacea purpurea, the coneflower common to perennial flower beds.
height x width: 2-3' x 1½'
USDA Zones: 4-8
Most plants are shipped in 2 3/8” square, by 3 ¾” deep “band pots”. Plant size varies by species and shipping date but will be well rooted and ready to plant.