Barbara Pintozzi
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Liatris spicata, Echinacea purpurea, and Eupatorium 'Phantom' blooms taken by Barbara Pintozzi
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Barbara Pintozzi added this to Great Lakes Gardener's August Checklist
A garden of prairie natives reaches its peak in August, with coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea), gayfeather (Liatris spicata) and Joe-pye weed (Eupatorium 'Phantom').
Becky Harris added this to Great Design Plant: Joe Pye Weed
Distinguishing traits: Joe Pye Weed (seen here amid purple coneflower) has a wonderful natural look; it is a native plant we often see at the end of wetlands or along drainage ditches on the side of the highway. The flowers form large clusters that have an overall domed shape.Joe Pye Weed attracts hummingbirds, bees and butterflies, which will add even more life and color to your garden.
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil.Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sunWhen to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.See how to grow Joe Pye weed
Marianne Lipanovich added this to 20 Favorite Flowers for the Fall Landscape
The Other ConeflowerThere are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflowerBotanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybridsUSDA zones: 3 to 9Water requirement: Regular to moderateLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 2 to 4 feetGrowing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to Get Coneflower Blooms All Summer Long
Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) Native to most of the eastern half of the U.S., more sparse toward the East CoastI don’t have to say much about this July-to-August bloomer, do I? It’s a lovely plant that’s used very often, and of course all coneflowers look stunning in winter — particularly with snow carefully stacked atop their seed heads. Blooming about the same time is the Black Sampson or Narrow Leaf coneflower (Echinacea angustifolia). Native to a large area from the southern to the northern Great Plains, it is sort of a mix of almost all of the coneflowers — except for paradoxa and the next one.

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jenniferw1 added this to flowers to try
November 2, 2014
Sunny coneflower
Marsha Yaffe added this to specific plants
October 31, 2014
liatris
phlishie added this to Outdoor photos
October 23, 2014
Joe Pye weed - damp soil
Maggie Scheielurie added this to Attracting Butterflies, Hummingbirds and Bees
October 17, 2014
Flowers to Attract Bees, Butterflies and Hummingbirds
mhanke28 added this to Landscape Ideas
September 21, 2014
Fall Flowers: There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
delyanks added this to delyanks's ideas
September 20, 2014
all colors
1nspired_me added this to 1nspired_me's ideas
September 18, 2014
garden - coneflower
talbot90 added this to talbot90's ideas
September 14, 2014
Jo Pye Weed
lauriegiles added this to lauriegiles's ideas
September 9, 2014
colour and shape
aerdance added this to gardening/hardscaping
September 4, 2014
joe pye weed and purple cone flower
maryym added this to outdoor spaces
August 31, 2014
Care
char8945 added this to Landscaping
August 31, 2014
The Other Coneflower There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
debwilcox added this to landscaping
August 30, 2014
Echinacea
annegrossenbach added this to annegrossenbach's ideas
August 28, 2014
Coneflower for fall
lorrie9200 added this to lorrie9200's ideas
August 27, 2014
bee friendly
billsammons added this to Landscape Ideas
August 27, 2014
Purple coneflower
EDSA, Inc. added this to konagray's ideas
August 25, 2014
cone flower
Denise Whitaker added this to denise_whitaker's Ideas
August 24, 2014
Purple coneflower
suzismiles added this to Gardens
August 24, 2014
Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy
jenhermes56 added this to jenhermes56's ideas
August 24, 2014
planted one of these, but it died;^(
Carol Blair added this to Garden Ideas
August 24, 2014
Info about echinacea. Try staking and protecting with chicken wire from deer?
oilers4 added this to oilers4's ideas
August 24, 2014
Purple Coneflower
goat1020 added this to goat1020's Ideas
August 24, 2014
Lick it better in blue cone flower
junemargaret added this to Outdoors
August 24, 2014
Cone Flower
jltflrs added this to Plants/landscaping
August 24, 2014
Love this plant
Thelma Jarvis Royal LePage Lakes of Muskoka added this to gardening
August 24, 2014
Don't miss coneflower in your Muskoka garden
Durham Designs & Consulting, LLC added this to flowers and gardening
August 24, 2014
Pink flowers for fall
kgibler added this to kgibler's Ideas
August 23, 2014
Flowers, fall. Coneflower
kwhalm added this to gardening
August 6, 2014
August blooming
mommdva added this to Landscape Ideas
July 30, 2014
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun
jen_k_2222 added this to Pool and Landscape
July 25, 2014
purple coneflower
fanofpink added this to fanofpink's Ideas
July 5, 2014
Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10
Rhonda Bovine added this to Outdoor spaces
July 1, 2014
love these and can't wait to have more!
liilyg added this to Birds
June 25, 2014
Joe Pye weed - requires damp soil always
mrspatrickmenagh added this to Lovely Low-Water Plants
June 25, 2014
Full sun & Low water
judith195 added this to Plants
June 4, 2014
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.
nicolexs added this to nicolexs's ideas
May 27, 2014
coneflower
tadavich added this to Garden
May 26, 2014
rain garden
jllwb added this to jllwb's Favorites
May 24, 2014
7⃣
April Kelly-Wright added this to Garden
May 23, 2014
Echinacea
kimmyferg added this to landscaping
May 22, 2014
For butterflies
rdennis60 added this to Exterior Ideas
May 21, 2014
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.
cantonelli added this to Dry Stream Bed
May 21, 2014
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall. See how to grow Joe Pye weed
Tom Lewis added this to Landscape Ideas
May 21, 2014
Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
midurak added this to Exterior
May 21, 2014
Echinacea
happydecor added this to flowers arr or yard
May 21, 2014
joe pye weed..loves full HOT sun
tdunlevy added this to Plants & Landscaping
May 21, 2014
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.
vlsummey added this to vlsummey's Ideas
May 19, 2014
Joe pye weeds. For hummingbirds and butterflies
tjzupp added this to tjzupp's Favorites
May 18, 2014
Waterbed
slrust added this to yard ideas
May 18, 2014
Attracts hummingbirds
Charis van Nostrand Design added this to Jane Phillips
May 9, 2014
Purple Cone Flower
ggdrive added this to House Inspiration - Exterior - Plants
May 9, 2014
Purple Coneflower
cjh8883 added this to Landscaping
April 30, 2014
hummingbirds and butterflies
nafnafnaf added this to plants
April 25, 2014
july to august & winter?
megancdaniels added this to backyard
April 13, 2014
Echniacea - kind've looks odd
jinemarais added this to Garden IdeaBook
April 1, 2014
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.
bettybartos added this to bettybartos's ideas
March 30, 2014
Joe Pye Weed, Eupatorium purpureum tolerates full hot sun
mhuycke added this to Yard & Garden
March 26, 2014
Purple Coneflower
chrisparisi added this to Garden
March 23, 2014
Joe pye flower - hummingbirds
sionnac added this to garden
March 15, 2014
purple coneflower
kirstymacpherson added this to kirstymacpherson's ideas
March 12, 2014
Echinacea
pokoch added this to Landscape Ideas
March 6, 2014
Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) Native to most of the eastern half of the U.S., more sparse toward the East Coast I don’t have to say much about this July-to-August bloomer, do I? It’s a lovely plant that’s used very often, and of course all coneflowers look stunning in winter — particularly with snow carefully stacked atop their seed heads. Blooming about the same time is the Black Sampson or Narrow Leaf coneflower (Echinacea angustifolia). Native to a large area from the southern to the northern Great Plains, it is sort of a mix of almost all of the coneflowers
jenn01_ag added this to Outdoors
March 1, 2014
Purple coneflower
mj1225turner added this to Doors
February 26, 2014
Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) Native to most of the eastern half of the U.S., more sparse toward the East Coast I don’t have to say much about this July-to-August bloomer, do I? It’s a lovely plant that’s used very often, and of course all coneflowers look stunning in winter — particularly with snow carefully stacked atop their seed heads.
fxgal added this to outdoors/ gardens
February 26, 2014
purple coneflower
marykaykimmel added this to Marykaykimmel front yard
February 26, 2014
coneflower
theresasp added this to landscaping, plants
February 26, 2014
coneflower, echinechea
rowenacherry403 added this to rowenacherry's garden ideas
February 26, 2014
July to August, seed heads to feed birds
rasc added this to rasc's ideas
February 26, 2014
Pretty Pink Flowers
honeybubba added this to honeybubba's Ideas
February 21, 2014
EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anika Knox added this to Outside
February 21, 2014
.
marecoug added this to Flowers for Hummingbirds
February 17, 2014
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun
Native Edge Landscape added this to The Bee's Knees of Bee Keeping
February 12, 2014
Humming Birds, Bees and Butterflies!
williamsx3 added this to williamsx3's Ideas
January 28, 2014
I need to plant these this year! I love these flowers
janine3426 added this to Landscape Ideas
January 27, 2014
hummingbird Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.
julzbirdies added this to Julz Landscape
January 15, 2014
Joe Pye Weed with Coneflowers
pcr1 added this to pcr1's ideas
December 25, 2013
wet
sondragm added this to Garden & Landscaping
November 23, 2013
coneflower - low care
Melanie Parker added this to Yard
October 22, 2013
Coneflowers
Ladybug Arborists added this to ladybugarborists's ideas
October 17, 2013
Liatris spicata, Echinacea purpurea, and Eupatorium
ivreyes added this to ivreyes's Ideas
October 15, 2013
Perennial plants
ccgreene128 added this to ccgreene128's ideas
October 10, 2013
Fall flowering
bechoweth added this to Gardening
October 9, 2013
Purple coneflower
lolo783 added this to jardin
October 7, 2013
Echineacea
Elizabeth Pool added this to elizabeth_pool's ideas
September 20, 2013
flowers
lisabokay added this to outside of house
September 20, 2013
Prairie plantings
nitaboogiemom added this to Landscape Ideas
September 17, 2013
coneflower
etlswim added this to etlswim's ideas
September 15, 2013
Fyi
grahamputt added this to garden
September 15, 2013
Echinacea
zippitydoodaday added this to Garden
September 14, 2013
The Other Coneflower There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
viveleblitzpost added this to exteriors and gardens (not cooking)
September 14, 2013
Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
nakhjiri added this to nakhjiri's Ideas
September 13, 2013
Landscape
Design Concepts by Jean added this to Flower Gardens
September 12, 2013
Beautiful flowers and wonderful information!
stinabooth added this to Plantings
September 12, 2013
fall purple
4868 added this to Flower Gardens
September 12, 2013
The Other Coneflower. There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well.
kmacwhirter added this to outside/garden
September 12, 2013
Echinacea purple coneflower
Jean Pihl added this to Landscape Ideas
September 11, 2013
The Other Coneflower There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
Rhonda Keyes added this to Garden
September 11, 2013
The Other Coneflower There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead
bickel18 added this to bickel18's ideas
September 11, 2013
fall Corn flower
elmare added this to Garden
September 11, 2013
fall flowers
kerestan added this to Flowers
September 11, 2013
The Other Coneflower There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
rswenson64 added this to PLANTS & FLOWERS
September 11, 2013
Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids) zones 3-9 full sun 2' to 4' high
lizsammard added this to Garden paths
September 11, 2013
The Other Coneflower There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
alberthopper added this to Plants
September 11, 2013
The Other Coneflower There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet
fistou added this to Fleurs vivaces
September 11, 2013
There are plenty of Echinacea species available for home gardeners, but purple coneflower, now available in other colors, is the most popular. It's a hardy perennial with a long blooming season. Not only do the flowers attract butterflies and bees, they’re great cut as well. Take a look at the new hybrids that are even hardier and sport even more colors and flower shapes. Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Regular to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Provide well-drained soil, but otherwise coneflowers will do well almost anywhere in full sun or, in the hottest area, some light shade. They can handle drought conditions as well. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. Keep the seed heads in place after the flowers fade for birds to enjoy.
coeurvaillant added this to Plantes
September 10, 2013
Common names: Purple coneflower, coneflower Botanical names: Echinacea purpurea, E. hybrids
Angela Castaneda-Raedel added this to Landscape plants 19 Friendship
September 9, 2013
Coneflowers
hard2do added this to Landscaping flowers
August 23, 2013
Joe Pye Weed, zones 5-10. Color is perfect for our color theme. Likes full hot sun but on the flip side needs consistently damp soil. Also check Cleveland Sage, zones 8-11. Has a nice floral scent.
ndreiding added this to Gardens
August 18, 2013
Joe pye weed
cecimo added this to cecimo's ideas
August 18, 2013
attracting bees and hummingbirds http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/11495784/list/Attract-Hummingbirds-and-Bees-With-These-Beautiful-Summer-Flowers
Susanne Hoshino added this to garden
August 11, 2013
native joe pye weed
valeriegoatwoman added this to August gardening
August 4, 2013
A garden of prairie natives reaches its peak in August, with coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea), gayfeather (Liatris spicata) and Joe-pye weed (Eupatorium 'Phantom').
Scott Leisz added this to Garden
July 31, 2013
Coneflowers. Bloom in August.
sococindy added this to sococindy's garden ideas
July 21, 2013
birds, butterflies
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July 13, 2013
Joe pye weed
ericabloch added this to ericabloch's ideas
July 7, 2013
Butterflies
lindaboothe added this to Flowers for Gardens
July 3, 2013
likes consistently damp soil
tskolrood added this to tskolrood's Ideas
June 30, 2013
Good tip
clnt added this to landscaping
June 29, 2013
Joe Pye Weed
ellieleebrown added this to Garden
June 23, 2013
love echinacea
Sherin Radwan added this to Garden
June 5, 2013
'Little Joe.'
Kharen Hans added this to flowers/plants
June 2, 2013
Echinacea
Katie Blackman added this to garden
June 2, 2013
Pye weed
rhudsmith added this to Garden Ideas
May 30, 2013
Joe pye weed for ditch
saintmac5 added this to Gardening for hummingbirds, butterflies and bees.
May 30, 2013
Joe Pye weed
birdiee added this to my garden
May 29, 2013
Nice for hummingbirds.
liz1342 added this to Garden
May 29, 2013
Good ideas for attracting bees and hummingbirds.
cpez1 added this to cpez1's ideas
May 28, 2013
Hummingbird food
mocha53 added this to mocha53's ideas
May 27, 2013
Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10).
spaden123 added this to spaden123's ideas
May 26, 2013
Joe pye weed hummingbird butterfly bees
megconway added this to megconway's ideas
May 26, 2013
joe pye weed-hummingbirds
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May 26, 2013
Color
hoohoo added this to outside spaces
May 26, 2013
joe pye weed
00karyn added this to Remodel
May 26, 2013
Attract bees & hummers
pathobbs added this to pathobbs's Ideas
May 26, 2013
Joe pye weed for damp areas
Dede Moreno added this to garden
May 26, 2013
love the hummingbirds
lisamsongbird added this to Outside Rooms
May 26, 2013
Colors
zoewalton added this to zoewalton's ideas
May 26, 2013
Damp soil and standing water pose no threat to the often-forgotten Joe Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum, zones 5 to 10). Plant this prairie native and welcome hummingbirds, bees and butterflies summer through fall. It requires consistently damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.
whitewolf54 added this to whitewolf54's ideas
May 26, 2013
Joe Pye Weed. Loves and needs it wet.
Artistic Window Creations added this to mary_lou_chiles's ideas
May 26, 2013
flowers for damp soil
joidevivre29 added this to Gardening
May 24, 2013
Coneflowers?
jek913 added this to Garden
May 24, 2013
Color
seajenni added this to 1st Garden
May 19, 2013
joe pye weed for the watery parts of garden, mixed in with coneflower
Annie Thornton added this to bring wildlife
May 15, 2013
Joe Pye Weedhummingbirds, bees and butterflies5-10summer into fall
mvmontenegro03 added this to JH:BACKYARD
April 25, 2013
echinacea
Susanne Nitter added this to Austin Landscape
March 5, 2013
BIG fan of coneflowers
By The Blade Lawn and Landscape added this to Plants
February 1, 2013
purple coneflower
Robert Engberg added this to Landscaping
January 23, 2013
Coneflower and Joe Pye Weed
insidious added this to insidious's ideas
December 19, 2012
Joe Pye Weed with coneflowers
sj176 added this to plants
October 24, 2012
Echinacea purpurea
streev added this to streev's Favorites
August 20, 2012
Эхинацея+???
madjarzep added this to madjarzep's ideas
August 13, 2012
amid purple cornflowers
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August 11, 2012
Natural area
luolan added this to luolan's ideas
August 9, 2012
Joe Pye Weed
Rose Hochstetler added this to Landscaping
August 9, 2012
Distinguishing traits: Joe Pye Weed (seen here amid purple coneflower) has a wonderful natural look; it is a native plant we often see at the end of wetlands or along drainage ditches on the side of the highway. The flowers form large clusters that have an overall domed shape. Joe Pye Weed attracts hummingbirds, bees and butterflies, which will add even more life and color to your garden.
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August 8, 2012
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August 8, 2012
wildflowers by the lake!!!
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August 4, 2012
A garden of prairie natives reaches its peak in August, with coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea), gayfeather (Liatris spicata) and Joe-pye weed (Eupatorium 'Phantom').
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