Hardy Coneflowers bloom from mid-summer until the first frosts and will return year after year, slowly forming clumps.
Also known by their Latin name of Echinacea, these classic, daisy-like hardy perennials are perfectly suited to a traditional cottage-garden style setting, yet equally at home in drift plantings and gravel beds too, or just massed together in pots.
They flower July-September, at about 65cm tall, in a bright and fiery mix of colours and different petal shapes too. Each bloom has a central, spiky cone which makes these great as long-lasting cut flowers too.
Loved by butterflies and bees, you can't get a more insect friendly plant for your garden, and they're absolutely perfect for wildlife areas.
Supplied as a single plant in a 9cm pot, this is a random selection so colour and petal shape cannot be guaranteed.