How to Grow Coneflower (Echinacea)?

Answer Coneflower (Echinacea) is a beautiful perennial herb with daisy-like flowers. Native to central and north-eastern North America, it is a prairie and open woodland growing plant. As well as growing ... Read More »

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Can I Cut & Propagate Echinacea?

Some plants, such as Ming aralia, propagated by taking a cutting, usually a stem and leaves, from an established plant. When placed in water, the cutting produces roots for planting. However, echin... Read More »

What is an echinacea?

The Echinacea is a flower that is used for medicinal porpoises such as a flu of you'r ordinary cold.

Coneflower Facts?

As the Woodrow Wilson Foundation put it, the coneflower "resembles a black-eyed susan dipped in raspberry juice." Coneflowers are becoming popular in gardens for their bright color, pest-free natur... Read More »

How does echinacea work?

Because it can be toxic if taken for long periods!Four points, I read that in some countries this product cannot be sold in health food shops--like st. johns wort. i.e. possible risks.It can be tox... Read More »