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Echinacea purpurea ‘Kim’s Mop Head’ PP13560   

A sport of ‘Kim’s Knee High’ discovered by our own Pierre Bennerup and named for Kim Hawkes of Niche Gardens. Blossoms are white and shorter, at just 12-15”. Blooms midsummer and again late Aug.-Sept., if cut back after first bloom. 

    Common Name:Coneflower
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in average, moderately moist, well drained soil.

About Echinacea: The latest news on Echinacea is the explosion of colors in a wide range of sizes, heights and flower formation, sure to liven up any garden. Native to the mid west and eastern U.S., Echinacea is well adapted to survive the hot, windy conditions typical of that area. It’s long-lived and drought tolerant. Easy to grow and long blooming, butterflies love it and you will too.