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Cheyenne Spirit Echinacea Seeds


Cheyenne Spirit Echinacea Seeds

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Echinacea hybrida


10 Seeds|


aaslogo.jpg  This is a 2013 All American Winner.This stunning first-year flowering Echinacea captures all of the spirit of the North American plains. It produces a delightful mix of flower colors from shades of gold, scarlet, orange, red, purple, yellow and cream.. This has such a wide range of flower colors that are on well branched, durable plants that are sure to please the color palet of any landscaper or gardener. As an added bonus, ‘Cheyenne Spirit’ does not require a lot of water and offers a wide range of uses from the perennial border, in a mass landscape planting, in a butterfly garden or as a cut flower.  These outstanding shades have only been seen in the tissue culture varieties. Now you can have this exceptional plant.  Certified by the Dallas Arboretum as a "Flameproof" plant for exceptional performance during hot Texas summers. 'Cheyenne Spirit' is a high impact, long-lived perennial for containers or the landscape. Will grow to a height of 27-32 inches tall. Winter hardy to zone 4.

Tips on How to Grow Echinacea (Coneflower)

When to start outside:



  • Sow in early spring, cover seed with 1/8" soil 3-4 weeks before average last frost. Germination 10-20 days.
  • Maintain a temperature of 70-75° F during germination
  • Can plant as late as 2 months before first fall frost. 
  • If started early, Echinacea will bloom the first year.



When to start inside:



  • Sow 8 weeks before average last frost.It may take up to 2 months to germinate (May bloom 1st year if started indoors.)
  • Sow outdoors anytime in spring or summer, up to two months before first fall frost
  • Photoperiod response: intermediate-day plant will flower most rapidly and uniformly at 13-14 hours daylength.
  • Vernalization: not required but beneficial as flowering will occur two to three weeks earlier following a minimum of ten weeks cold treatment.
  • Flower timing: Sown in January as Spring production will flower naturally in middle to late June. Sown from July to early September for overwinter production; will flower late May to early June of the following year




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