Green Twister Echinacea
An ornamental medicinal beloved by butterflies, birds and bees! Green twister is a wild take on our favorite immune boosting herb. Electrifying green and magenta petals are like a flashing neon sign for pollinators and indeed, this variety is a hot spot for beneficial garden visitors. Drought tolerant and easy to grow, this perennial will provide medicinal benefits and pollinator attraction each year with good looks to boot!
Mellow Yellows Echinacea
A pollinator attracting perennial in a lovely range of yellow colors. A glorious palette that ranges from brilliant yellow to rich gold. Compact plants reach just 24 inches tall, perfect for containers or for the front border. Pollinators adore the nectar rich flowers, and we love how no fuss this pretty plant is: drought tolerant and not picky about soil. Excellent in so many applications, from the meadow to the herb garden.
(Echinacea pallida)This is an excellent choice for those who like the company of hummingbirds and butterflies in their garden. Native to the eastern half of the U.S. and up to Canada, this is a super adaptable and easy to grow flower that the Native Americans held in high esteem as a powerful medicinal. They require very little care; as long as they aren’t excessively moist, they will thrive just about anywhere.
Paradiso Mix Echinacea
A real spectacle in the herb garden, Echinacea Paradiso Mix is a blend of the wildest combination of gem-tones. This candy jar of color adds gorgeous accent to herb gardens, perennial beds, meadows and containers. A truly remarkable medicinal ornamental, plants stand 2-3 feet tall and can be harvested and made into an herbal tea that studies have shown may help boost the immune system, a must have for cold and flu season.
Paradoxa or Ozark Yellow Coneflower Echinacea
Like the pale purple coneflower, but these are a bright golden-yellow color. Brilliant blooms do well in fairly dry, rocky soil like is found on many of the Ozark hills here in Missouri and Arkansas; this is the region where this unique coneflower is native. Used by Native Americans as a traditional medicine, it is being researched today for its herbal uses. It can be hard to find even here in Southern Missouri, but is rather easy to grow.