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Echinacea Sombrero Adobe Orange for Sale Online
Echinacea Sombrero Adobe Orange is a Coneflower part of the hybrid Sombrero Collection bred to create early blooming and compact versions of coneflowers commonly found in gardens. Their bright orange petals overlap one another for a fuller look to the flower, and more drama in the garden. The Coneflower Adobe Orange is especially attractive to pollinators such as bees and butterflies. They are also tolerant of a number of conditions including extra dry or loamy soils, high winds, drought, full sun, deer, you name it.
|Mature Height:||2 to 3 Feet|
|Mature Width:||20 to 26 Inches|
|Selling Points:||Long-blooming; fragrant; attracts butterflies and pollinators|
How to Care for Echinacea Sombrero Adobe Orange
After purchasing an Echinacea Sombrero Adobe Orange Plant, be sure to read our recommended care instructions to maintain a healthy and happy plant!
What is the best light for Echinacea Sombrero Adobe Orange?
This coneflower thrives in full sun areas of your garden, meaning it prefers at least 6 hours of sun a day. While it can tolerate a number of light conditions, plant in full sun for optimal blooms.
What soil should I plant my Coneflower Sombrero Adobe Orange?
One of the reasons this hybrid coneflower is so beloved is that it is tolerant of a very wide range of soils, including dry, loamy, and sandy. Ideally it should be planted in rich, well-draining soil. When planting, you may want to add some organic material such as compost or topsoil to the existing soil for added nutrients.
How often should I water my Echinacea Sombrero Adobe Orange Plant?
Water weekly after planting but once the roots of your Sombrero Coneflower have established, the plant will be drought tolerant and can live off of low amounts of water. If you live in an especially sunny or warm area be sure to adjust accordingly.
Do I need to prune my Coneflower Plant?
As always, you can remove spent flowers (deadheading) or dead and dying stems, but coneflowers are able to thrive if left unpruned. However, if you would like, pruning in the early spring can improve the number and length of the orange blooms.