Bold pink flowers with bright orange cones attract pollinators to the summer garden. Like other coneflowers, it makes an excellent cut flower for fresh and dried floral displays. 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. Echinacea 'Bravado'
Planting InstructionsDig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Work soil around the roots, firm well and water thoroughly.
Winter CareNo winter care needed.
Foliage TypeOvate to broad-lanceolate, dark green leaves.
Soil RequirementMoist well drained soil. Once established it is drought tolerant.
PruningDivide clumps about every 4 years. Plants rebloom without deadheading, but removal of spent flowers improves appearance.
Additional InformationIn the winter the dead flower stems will remain erect. If flower heads are not removed, the blackened cones may be visited by goldfinches or other birds who will feed on the seeds.