More flowers than any other coneflower we’ve ever seen! Where to start singing the praises of PowWow® Wild Berry Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea ‘PAS702918’)? We could start with the color – a bright, fade-proof, unique shade of purple-pink-bubblegum that you won’t find in any other Coneflower. Or we could talk about the PROFUSION of blooms that come from early summer until cut back by frost. We could mention that it is one of the best-branching of all the coneflowers, which means more flower-power all season and little dead-heading required. We could tell you how the PowWow® Wild Berry Coneflower attracts birds, butterflies and bees and how the flowers dry to make great everlasting bouquets. Or how it adapts to just about any climate in the U.S., laughing at extreme drought, heat, cold and humidity. Or how at a compact 24 inches high and wide it fits into any sunny border or container without a problem. We could say all that…or we could just say that we can’t recommend this great plant enough and you will love having it in your garden, container, border and vase all season long Super hardy and easy to grow, make sure that you have room for these in your garden this year. Order yours from Nature Hills today. * Easy care native species* Long lasting flowers* Perfect in sunny borders and pots.
Eucomis Oakhurst, Eucomis ‘Oakhurst’, produces gorgeous and vibrant strap-like burgundy foliage. The flower heads resemble pineapples and are perfectly cylindrical. ‘Oakhurst’ grows best in full sun, is heat tolerant, and forms a clump 2 feet tall and wide at maturity. This bulbous perennial has light green leaves that have purple spots underneath. The leaves give way to light purple flowers in mid to late summer. ‘Oakhurst’ loves deep humus and even moisture. Overwinter dormant bulbs in a frost-free place where not hardy. This pineapple lily makes a great container plant and in northern climates With its tropical look, this distinctive and unusual sun loving plant exhibits a grand, upright habit that blends well in combination containers. The flowers are excellent for cutting and last up to six weeks in a vase. Show off its amazing colors, ‘Oakhurst’ allows a gardener to experience something new and different, so if you are a gardener that likes to try something new, ‘Oakhurst’ is a good choice! * Clumping, upright habit* Burgundy foliage* Northern climate .