Purple coneflower Overview
This species is an upright clumped perennial herb which is easy to grow. The flowers are large daisy-like flowers and they have a brown central cone surrounded by purple, red or pink, drooping petals. The foliage is comprised of lance-shaped, dark green leaves.
Common problems with Purple coneflower
How to propagate Purple coneflower
By division or from root cuttings from winter to early spring.
Other uses of Purple coneflower
Border, cutting bed, medicinal. Summer/Autumn interest.