NEW! The only species in the genus Echinacea to have yellow flowers, also known as Bush’s Coneflower. The brilliant flowers are daisy-like with drooping, yellow petals and large, chocolate centers. Plants are 3’ tall and bloom from June-August. Attracts pollinators and is the most scented of the Echinaceas. Plants prefer full sun and are best planted in groups. Be patient as this tap-rooted plant requires several seasons to reach full size. Rare wildflower native to the Ozarks of Arkansas and Missouri. Perennial in zones 4-9.
White Swan Echinacea (OG) #2244
NEW! A first-year bloomer, with graceful white blossoms. White Swan will be more floriferous the second year with 2’ sturdy stems that are great for long-lasting cut flowers. This is a natural selection from the white-flowered varieties of the native, purple echinacea. Flowers are popular with butterflies and birds enjoy the seeds. Drought tolerant, prefers full sun. Perennial in zones 3-8.
50 seeds per packet.
Peredovik Sunflower (OG) #2403
NEW! Russian heirloom that produces black seeds that have a very high oil content. Seeds are often used to make oil and are a top choice for feeding birds. Flowers reach 5-6’ tall with one big head and smaller side shoots. An excellent source of pollen for bees and other pollinators. Approximately 532 seeds/oz. 55 days.
Mexican Torch Sunflower (OG) #2404
NEW! Torch is heat-loving and attractive to beneficial insects and pollinators. Towering, multi-branching plants reach 4-6’ tall with profuse, 3" deep orange blossoms. Torch is a good variety for cutting and blooms mid-summer to frost. Plants tolerate drought and infertile soil. Annual, but may reseed. 85-90 days.
Sunrich Summer Lemon Sunflower (F1) #2411
Sunrich sunflowers set the industry standard for cut flowers. Their pollenless, 4-6" heads are surrounded by broad, overlapping petals on 3-1/2" tall non-branching stems. 65-70 days.