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Martha's Garden Echinacea Mix is a stunning combination of purple, pink, green twister, white, and some semi-double flowers. These hardy perennial plants are perfect for any garden, as they can tolerate drought and poor soil, and even partial shade. They also attract bees and butterflies, making them a great addition to any pollinator garden. The later season flowering is especially beneficial for pollinators, ensuring that they have a food source throughout the season. Packet contains ~30 seeds.


  • Perennial to zone 3
  • some varieties will flower in first year
  • full sun, tolerates part-shade
  • blooms mid-summer to fall

Echinacea Mix Seeds

  • Start echinacea seeds indoors 8-10 weeks prior to your last frost date. Can also direct-seed in fall.

    Cold stratification will improve germination. Place seeds in a moist paper towel inside a plastic bag or container. Keep in the fridge for 1-2 weeks before seeding.

    Sow seeds ~1/8 inches (3 mm) deep and cover. Keep moist until germination in ~10-20 days (may be longer with cooler temperatures).

    Transplant after your last frost date into a sunny location, with plants 18-24 inches (45-60 cm) apart.

  • Echinacea spp. 

    Also knowns as coneflower, purple coneflower

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