Large, 4-1/2 inch flowers have horizontal and unusually wide rosy-red petals with bright orange cones. Plants are uniform and reach 3-4 feet tall and blooms the first year if sown early. Like other coneflowers, it makes an excellent cut flower for fresh and dried floral displays and is attractive to pollinators. Makes a showy addition to borders, cutting gardens and naturalized areas. Drought tolerant, once established. Goldfinches and other songbirds love feasting on the flower heads in the fall and winter. Hardy in zones 3-9. Pkt. 25
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Sow in moist potting mix ¼ deep. Keep at 70-75 F. and bright light. Transplant to 3 inch pots when 2 sets of leaves appear. Move to well-drained humus-rich soil in full to part sun, 18-24 inches apart. Germinates in 10-20 days.