Echinacea 'Evan Saul' (Sundown)
From the Big Sky™ Series. Wide, russet-orange petals are slightly reflexed, giving a substantial appearance. Rose-like fragrance. Reblooms. Rusty-orange flowers appear between July and September. To stagger bloom and height, cut back 1/2 the planting in early June. PP #17659.
Echinacea purpurea are wonderful prairie wildflowers for massing or in meadows. They produce large showy flowers and their seed heads provide winter interest. Echinacea is also a valuable herb, much sought after for immune system “jump-starting.” Drought tolerant.
Native to the United States.
- Botanical Name
- Echinacea 'Evan Saul' (Sundown)
- Common Name
- Evan Saul Coneflower
- Late Summer
- Hardy to Zone