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Echinacea simulata
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Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder pale purple coneflower / Echinacea simulata
unique is the very bright yellow pollen. This coneflower likes dry to medium clay soil and full to partial sun; it gets 2 to 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide.
Pale purple coneflower (Echinacea simulata, zones 5 to 8) is one of the earliest-blooming coneflower species — if you don't
bright yellow pollen. This coneflower likes dry to medium clay soil and full to partial sun; it gets 2 to 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide.
Pale purple cone flower (Echinacea simulata, zones 5 to 8)
Missouri Botanical GardenSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Pale purple coneflower
is the very bright yellow pollen. This coneflower likes dry to medium clay soil and full to partial sun; it gets 2 to 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide.
“echinacea” — gingermburks
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Belmont Hill Residence
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Creo que es Echinacea (Purple Cone Flower).
shade of orange. I use the petals to garnish salads and cut the flowers for festive bouquets, adding white shasta daisies and zinnias."
garden combo Purple coneflowers, russian sage and ornamental grasses
Purple coneflowers, Russian sage and ornamental
Purple coneflowers, Russian sage and ornamental grasses bloom through July and August
Purple coneflowers, Russian sage and ornamental grasses bloom through July and August.
Russian Sage, Purple Coneflower, White Gaura, and a grass like Mexican Feather Grass, mixed with white Iceberg Roses - nice plant combo on lower slope behind fireplace.
Purple coneflowers, Russian sage and ornamental grasses bloom through July and August.
“echinacea and catmint?” — ejhingan
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can you share the name of the yellow flowers? thanks
The yellow look like rudebeckia (black eyed susans) to me.
gold strum good with purple frikarts aster or ornamental grasses. it is aback-eyed susan orange coneflower
purple or yellow coneflower, black-eyed Susan, Joy Pye Weed, mountain
d the flower, the better. For example, new cultivars of coneflower that have double layers of frothy petals confuse butterflies and other pollinating insects, so they'll ignore the bloom. The "simpler" flowers — like purple or yellow coneflower, black-eyed Susan, Joy Pye Weed, mountain mint, blazing
The "simpler" flowers — like purple or yellow coneflower, black-eyed Susan, Joy Pye Weed, mountain mint, blazing star and aster — are perfect, especially if they are not named cultivars; straig
“Flowerd” — rhouse14
Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
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Seaside Hilltop
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Love the purple coneflowers, mixed with sedum and thinking that yellow daylillies would be a nice touch!
purple coneflower with sedum and mix in yellow daylilies
purple or white coneflower - easy to grow; flowers July and August
Coneflowers with yarrow & grass
the purple cone flowers
purple cornflower - echinacia
Hosta and coneflowers
Purple conflower...purple coneflower...More coneflowers...purple coneflowers...Purple flpwer
“purple cornflower - echinacia” — Kimberly Perreault
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Glencoe Garden
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Hi Danna - the list is quite long, but the main ones that are visible in this pic are Russian Sage, Purple Coneflower, Moonbeam Coreopsis, Palace Purple Coral Bells, Blue Wonder Catmint, East Friesland Salvia, Autumn Joy Sedum, Annabellle Hydrangea, Knockout Roses, and Black Eyed
Russian Sage, Purple Coneflower, Moonbeam Coreopsis, Palace Purple Coral Bells, Blue Wonder Catmint, East Friesland Salvia, Autumn Joy Sedum, Annabellle Hydrangea, Knockout Roses, and Black Eyed Susans
purple and touch of light yellow
Russian Sage, Purple Coneflower, Moonbeam Coreopsis, Palace Purple Coral Bells, Blue Wonder Catmint, East Friesland Salvia, Autumn Joy Sedum, Annabellle Hydrangea, Knockout Roses, and Black Eyed Susans.
“border flower bed” — Lucile Rense
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
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What's the tall purple perenial in the background
The tall purple perennial in the background is Agastache 'Black Adder'. It is maintenance free, blooms for about 5 months, and smells like black licorice.
white larkspur or liatris, agastache black adder (purple flowers), For colour try yellow nasturtiums with blue pansies and delphiniums, bright red lupines with white Shasta daisies and pinl echinac ea, balck eyed susans in lavendaer
as pinks, blues or purples, much like you would for colors inside a house. The different shapes of the individual plants you choose will give you variety; the repetition of color will have a calming and harmonious effect. As you get bolder, add a pop of contrasting color — yellow nasturtiums mixed in
“Backyard” — Terri Johnson
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Like the purple against brighter purple coneflowers in background
Annie's yard-like the pink coneflower next to salvia
Coral bells,coneflowers,salvia,yellow lilies
love the coneflowers
“combination of flowers” — samikaram
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yellow and pink flowers for backyard..
late summer bloomer - Orange coneflower- like a black eyed susan
Orange Coneflower (Rudbeckia fulgida), cultivar ‘Goldstrum’. fairly adaptable,
Note yellow ground over around stones
the type of coneflower and black eyed susans
‘Autumn Sun’, and ‘Goldsturm’. To make things just a bit confusing, one of the common names for these plants is coneflower, a name also given to members of the Echinacea family.
Orange Coneflower (Rudbeckia fulgida)Native along a diagonal line from Texas to Wisconsin, then eastYou’re likely most familiar
“More natural” — Kris Nebel
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