Coneflowers, also known as Echinacea, are tough little native flowers that draw butterflies, bees, and birds to the garden! Coneflowers have raised cone-like centers (hence, the name) which contain seeds that attract butterflies. Leave the seed heads after bloom and you'll also attract songbirds!
They partner beautifully with golden Black-Eyed Susans (Rudbeckia), dwarf Goldenrods (Solidago) or with blue flowering perennials such as Geranium, Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia), Sage (Salvia), Gayfeather (Liatris spicata) or Catmint (Nepeta). Coneflowers are clumping plants. One plant will tend to get larger, but it will not spread and overtake the garden via roots or rhizomes.
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