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Echinacea Sombrero ‘Salsa Red’ Coneflower
Echinacea Sombrero ‘Salsa Red’ is characterized by intense red blooms atop strong, well-branched stems. The large, single, daisy like flowers are bright red surrounding a large brown cone. The showy flowers bloom happily from mid-summer to frost and are easy to grow plants tolerant of drought, heat, humidity and poor soil.
Attractive to butterflies, Echinacea Sombrero ‘Salsa Red’ Coneflower is also a magnet for important pollinators and beneficial insects. The flower heads provide visual winter interest and are an important food source for birds.
The Sombrero series is a new introduction bred to produce well-branched, sturdy and compact plants featuring a high bud count.
Grown in 4.5″ square pots.
Eupatorium perfoliatum – Boneset
Growing in moist conditions, Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset) produces flat to roundish heads of white flowers. The stem is covered with long spreading hairs with leaves that are often joined at the base, appearing to surround the stem. Many different insect species are attracted to the flowers as the nectar is relatively easy to access.
Eutrochium purpureum – Purple Joe Pye Weed
Easily grown in average, medium moisture soils in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, fertile, humusy soils which do not dry out. Cut plants to the ground in late winter. Best propagated by stem cuttings. This species generally grows … Read More
Gaillardia grandiflora – Arizona Sun Blanket Flower
2005 All-America Selections Winner 10″ tall x 12″ wide. 'Arizona Sun' is one of our finest Gaillardia cultivars with showy three-inch single flowers that are mahogany-red with bright yellow edges. It has better uniformity and more numerous flowers than older varieties and is a remarkable garden performer. Plant in well-drained infertile soils for best results. Deadhead occasionally to keep the flowers coming all summer long
Gaillardia grandiflora – Mesa Red
Hybrid Mesa delivers a more uniform habit with more flowers than typical open pollinated varieties, a trait that has been consistently demonstrated in our trials. Growers appreciate these two qualities in both crop scheduling and sales. Gardeners enjoy continuous blooms all season long and the inherent drought tolerance. Because Mesas are first year flowering perennials, they are an excellent choice for mixed containers, gardens and landscapes.
Gaura lindheimeri – Crimson Butterflies
‘Mesa Peach’ features bicolor light orange and yellow flowers. Extremely vigorous, it will bloom all summer long if deadheaded. Choose it for the front of the border or containers—plant it en masse for a dramatic effect. Dark red foliage and … Read More