Echinacea purpurea Alba it is a tough perennial with a long season of interest. They are an upright, clump-forming, deciduous perennial with narrowly ovate to lance-shaped, rarely toothed, rough-hairy, dark green leaves and, from summer into autumn, daisy-like, white flowers with large, yellow-orange central cones.
Sturdy stems of daisy-like flowers with white petals and a central cone that’s green turning to yellow which attracts many bees and butterflies to your garden. They are real gems in your summer border where they will gradually spread into larger groups. They make wonderful cut flowers too!
|Planting||Plant in a hole deep enough to accommodate the roots|
|Soil Type||Humus rich, well drained soil.|
|Pruning||Cut stems back as flowers begin to die off|