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Echinacea Varieties: 19 Cutting-Edge Coneflowers

Try E. purpurea ‘Tiki Torch’ for a pop of bright orange. Click on the IMAGE GALLERY and click NEXT for more images.
Photo by Caleb Melchior
E. purpurea ‘Sundown’ (also called ‘Evan Saul’) is a soft orange and comes back year after year.
Photo by Rob Cardillo
Ethereal E. purpurea ‘Pink Double Delight’ looks like a fluffy garden confection.
Photo by Rob Cardillo
E. purpurea ‘Fatal Attraction’ has astonishing magenta petals.
Photo by Rob Cardillo
Endangered E. tennesseensis is a perky magenta.
Photo by Rob Cardillo
Unusual E. tennesseensis has upturned petals and flowers that face east.
Photo by Rob Cardillo
E. purpurea ‘Sunrise’ has unusual soft yellow flowers.
Photo by Rob Cardillo

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