The Pale Coneflower is an attractive Prairie plant with sturdy stems, up to a height of about 120cm, and distinctive drooping rose coloured flowers from June/July to September. These are wonderful plants for late summer colour, making good border plants and cut flowers. Plants attract pollinators.
Coneflowers grow well in sun to light shade in a rich well drained soil. Keep well watered during the summer.
Pack of approx 100 seeds. Sow in spring or autumn. Sow outdoors in an unheated greenhouse or coldframe in autumn, and seeds start germinating in spring. Or sow indoors in spring. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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