Echinacea Harvest Moon Yellow Coneflower
Echinacea Harvest Moon Yellow Coneflower

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Echinacea Harvest Moon Yellow Coneflower

Echinacea 'Matthew Saul' Plant Patent #17652


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Echinacea Harvest Moon Yellow Coneflower for Sale Online

Echinacea Harvest Moon Yellow Coneflower is a North American Native wildflower that is very easy-to-grow. Echinaceas bloom heavily from summer to fall and are of vital importance to pollinators.such as honeybees and Butterflies.

Hardiness Zone: 5-8
Mature Height: 2 to 3 feet
Mature Width: 18-24"
Sunlight: Full Sun
Water Requirements: Average
Selling Points: Native, long blooming, butterflies and pollinators, songbirds, fragrant
Growzone: 5-8 Echinacea Harvest Moon Yellow Coneflower Hardiness Zone 5-8

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Big Sky Series of Echinaceas

Echinacea HARVEST MOON is a new hybrid coneflower in the Big Sky Series from Richard Saul of Itsaul Nurseries in Atlanta, Georgia. It is reportedly the result of 2003 cross-pollination of two unnamed Echinacea hybrid selections. This is an upright and columnar plant with free branching that typically grows in a clump to 24-29” tall and to 18" wide on sturdy stems that do not need staking. It is noted for its large, slightly-fragrant coneflowers (to 2 1/2” diameter) featuring downward-sloping, deep golden yellow rays with orange center cones. Flowers bloom from late spring to late summer, sometimes with additional sporadic bloom until frost. chinacea is a genus of seven species all endemic to eastern and central North America. Coneflowers bloom from June to August with some sporadic later bloom. Good fresh cut or dried flower. The dead flower stems will remain erect well into the winter, and if flower heads are not removed, the blackened cones may be visited by goldfinches or other birds that feed on the seeds. Genus name of Echinacea comes from the Greek word echinos meaning hedgehog or sea-urchin in reference to the spiny center cone found on most flowers in the genus.

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