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Sombrero® Sangrita Coneflower

Echinacea hybrid ‘Balsomanita’ (PP# 30,138)

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Sombrero® Sangrita Coneflower

Echinacea hybrid ‘Balsomanita’ (PP# 30,138)

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Warm colors look so exciting in summer, and oranges just seem to match the warmth of the sun perfectly. That’s why the Sombrero Sangrita Coneflower is going to look so great in your garden. The large blooms hold their petals out flat, and they are a remarkable shade of orange-red that looks just great out in the sun – which it loves. Standing just under 2-feet tall, it is compact, but big enough to make a statement – which it definitely will. You are going to love growing this easy plant, and also love what it does for your garden. Plant it with yellows, blues and other oranges, or group it with other Sombrero shades for an easy but wonderful display. The seed heads are attractive in winter too, and they are loved by seed-eating birds like goldfinches.

  • Glowing orange-red blooms produced in abundance
  • Blooms all summer long, even in poor soils
  • Perfect for mass planting, mixing with perennials, or in planters
  • Vigorous, easy to grow and drought resistant
  • Birds love the winter seed heads – leave them standing till spring

Grow the Sombrero Sangrita Coneflower out in full sun, although a little shade is tolerated too. Plant it in any well-drained soil, and water while young. Once established it is drought resistant, tough and vigorous. Deer, pests and diseases hardy ever cause problems, so little attention is needed for a wonderful garden display. Loved by butterflies, pollinators and seed-eating birds. Cut off the flower stems any time between late fall and early spring – that’s all the care it needs. Even the leaves don’t need cutting, because they just rot away over winter.

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