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Echinacea purpurea 'Fragrant Angel'- PURPLE CONEFLOWER 'FRAGRANT ANGEL'

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Product Code: ECH-FRA-ANG
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$10.99

'Fragrant Angel' = top performing white coneflower in Mt. Cuba trials in 2007-2009, with confirmed exquisite qualities in Mt. Cuba trials in 2018-2020!

'Fragrant Angel'

= 4.5" large porcelain-white flowers, very fragrant flowers with horizontal petals (stay horizontal)

= very popular with bees, wasps, butterflies and occasional hummingbirds

= long flowering season (July-August, with the peak in mi July) and some reblooming later on to early fall

= tall & sturdy (not flopping)

Blooming time : late June/July to August (with some rebloom till September/October or frosts)

Size : up to 38" (usually around 30", without flowers 20-24" tall)  tall x 34" wide, spacing 18"

USDA zones : 4 to 9

Culture: sun, half sun, average soil, clay soil, loam, rocky soil, drained soils

Moisture Needs : medium, medium-dry, drought tolerant once established

Origin:  Introduced by Terra Nova Nurseries in 2005. Patented under PP16054.

Deer/rabbit resistant : yes/yes

Attracts Butterflies or Pollinators : native bees, honey bees, butterflies, skippers, wasps

Attracts Hummingbirds : yes. Attracts little song birds and goldfinch feed on the seeds.

Pot Size : square 3.5" x 4" deep pot

Picture copyright : Terra Nova

Plant combinations : Easy to grow perennial for any sunny border, half sun to half shade (woodland edge with some sun). Fragrant gardens, moon gardens, prairie style borders, conventional flower beds, public spaces and gardens, small private gardens, cottage gardens, rain gardens. The possibilities of use and combinations are nearly never ending.

Good combos include  Agastache, Amsonia, Aster, Asclepias (tuberosa, sullivantii, purpurascens), Baptisia, Echinops, Eupatorium, Eryngium, Gaura, taller hardy Geraniums, Helenium, Hemerocallis, Iris, Kniphofia, Monarda, Perovskia, Phlox, Rudbeckia, Solidago, Veronicastrum, with native prairie grasses like Adropogon gerardii, Eragrostis spectabilis, Muhlenbergia, Panicum virgatum, Schizachyrium scoparium, Sporobolus heterolepis, …

Or annuals like Cleome, Cosmos, Zinnia or Verbena bonariensis or annual grasses like Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum'  and others.

Echinacea purpurea 'Fragrant Angel'- PURPLE CONEFLOWER 'FRAGRANT ANGEL'

$10.99
 

'Fragrant Angel' = top performing white coneflower in Mt. Cuba trials in 2007-2009, with confirmed exquisite qualities in Mt. Cuba trials in 2018-2020!

'Fragrant Angel'

= 4.5" large porcelain-white flowers, very fragrant flowers with horizontal petals (stay horizontal)

= very popular with bees, wasps, butterflies and occasional hummingbirds

= long flowering season (July-August, with the peak in mi July) and some reblooming later on to early fall

= tall & sturdy (not flopping)

Blooming time : late June/July to August (with some rebloom till September/October or frosts)

Size : up to 38" (usually around 30", without flowers 20-24" tall)  tall x 34" wide, spacing 18"

USDA zones : 4 to 9

Culture: sun, half sun, average soil, clay soil, loam, rocky soil, drained soils

Moisture Needs : medium, medium-dry, drought tolerant once established

Origin:  Introduced by Terra Nova Nurseries in 2005. Patented under PP16054.

Deer/rabbit resistant : yes/yes

Attracts Butterflies or Pollinators : native bees, honey bees, butterflies, skippers, wasps

Attracts Hummingbirds : yes. Attracts little song birds and goldfinch feed on the seeds.

Pot Size : square 3.5" x 4" deep pot

Picture copyright : Terra Nova

Plant combinations : Easy to grow perennial for any sunny border, half sun to half shade (woodland edge with some sun). Fragrant gardens, moon gardens, prairie style borders, conventional flower beds, public spaces and gardens, small private gardens, cottage gardens, rain gardens. The possibilities of use and combinations are nearly never ending.

Good combos include  Agastache, Amsonia, Aster, Asclepias (tuberosa, sullivantii, purpurascens), Baptisia, Echinops, Eupatorium, Eryngium, Gaura, taller hardy Geraniums, Helenium, Hemerocallis, Iris, Kniphofia, Monarda, Perovskia, Phlox, Rudbeckia, Solidago, Veronicastrum, with native prairie grasses like Adropogon gerardii, Eragrostis spectabilis, Muhlenbergia, Panicum virgatum, Schizachyrium scoparium, Sporobolus heterolepis, …

Or annuals like Cleome, Cosmos, Zinnia or Verbena bonariensis or annual grasses like Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum'  and others.

 

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