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Echinacea SunSeekers Yellow®

Echinacea SunSeekers Yellow®

Belonging to the Asteraceae family, Echinacea offers us an abundant flowering on robust floral stems. Its flowers are a beautiful bright yellow color that will dazzle your garden from July to September. Easy to grow and maintain, it requires little care and flowers all summer long. In addition, Echinacea is a plant that is believed to have many virtues and is now used in natural medicine.

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Deciduous Green
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July to September Yellow
Sunny borders, gardens and nature reserves
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Echinacea SunSeekers Yellow® is a beautiful perennial with abundant flowering. You can therefore enjoy its pretty semi-double yellow flowers all summer long. In addition, it will contribute to the ecosystem of your garden. Indeed, pollinators eat its nectar in summer, while songbirds feed on its seeds in winter.

 

how to use  Echinacea SunSeekers Yellow® ?

Perfect for sunny borders, cut flower gardens and nature reserves where it will attract pollinating insects. It can also be combined with other Echinacea. Each plant has different shades, so they will create a beautiful tapestry of colours in your garden.

What advices to achieve the Echinacea SunSeekers Yellow®'s growth ?

Echinacea likes all types of soil but prefers a well drained and rather fresh soil. However, a few actions should improve flowering. Faded flowers can be removed as they appear to stimulate the appearance of new flowers. In addition, at the beginning of spring, the plant is given a rounded shape by slightly pruning it.

 

 

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