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Echinacea Sunset ~ Sunset Cone Flower

Echinacea Sunset starts producing these spectacular fragrant flowers in the late Spring through much of the Summer. Echinacea Sunset grows 2-3 feet tall and makes a slowly expanding clump each year. Plants do best in regularly irrigated beds with frequent removal of the dead flowers. Plant in full sun to partial shade. Echinacea Sunset is a great choice for attracting butterflies to your garden. The Painted Lady and Gray Hairstreak butterflies will use Echinacea Sunset as a nectar resource. These mid-west native plants are Winter hardy to below 0° F.

Echinacea Sunset, Sunset Cone Flower

Red flowers of Echinacea Sunset - Sunset Cone Flower. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.