Echinacea ‘Sunseeker Double Salmon’
- New breeding of Echinacea! Large flowers with frilly petal tips in an incredible shade of salmon, unlike any other variety of coneflower. Blooms from July to October without dead-heading. This native perennial stays compact and tidy in the landscape, and adds fantastic color to mixed containers. As with all Echinacea’s, they attract birds that love to eat their seed-filled cones in autumn and winter months. Excellent cut flower.
- Full sun and average garden soil. Highly adaptable; tolerates poor soil, heat, humidity, and even drought, once established.
- Grows to 20 inches tall by 12-18” wide.
Looked a little wilted when it arrived. Was assured it was strong and healthy. After watering and sitting it outside for a few days it was beautiful.