Are purple coneflower leaves poisonous to animals?

Answer The purple coneflower is considered to be nontoxic to animals, meaning that any side effects produced would be mild and would not need professional attention. Its Latin name is Echinacea purpurea, ... Read More »

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Does the Eastern purple coneflower have compound or simple leaves?

The Eastern purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) has simple leaves. A simple leaf has one single, undivided blade. A compound leaf is one in which several leaflets branch off from a center leaf s... Read More »

Are the leaves of the variegated weigela plant poisonous to animals?

According to the ASPCA website, the variegated weigela is a non-toxic plant that is not harmful to cats, dogs or horses. The website lists plants that may be toxic to animals, and the variegated we... Read More »

Purple Coneflower Information?

The purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a common species you will see growing in garden borders that is also a wildflower. Purple coneflower comes in many cultivars for garden use but in the ... Read More »

Can I plant purple coneflower seeds in September?

Echinacea, or purple coneflower, is a perennial that should be planted in early spring, a few weeks before the last frost. September planting is not recommended since the seeds will not have time t... Read More »