Coneflowers are prairie plants which are easy to grow and requires only a little care, so if you have any idea in growing coneflowers in your garden i will say its good idea and one of the best plant you have choosen for gardening. There are different colours of conefowers which include red, gold, purple, white... Coneflower are grown from seed, it should be directly seed into the flower garden. They prefer full sun and a well drained soil. They will do well in almost any soils and tolerate dry soil conditions very well. Watering them during dry periods will help a lot for its growing. The entire family of cone flower or Echinacea loves the open sunny garden
Coneflowers are ideal for use in garden borders after it grows and reach certain height say between 60cm and 1.2M. If you plan to grow Coneflowers outdoors from seeds then they should be sown at a depth of 3mm either in autumn or early in Spring. Coneflowers should be grown in a sunny or lightly shaded area of the garden that has good drainage and a soil, if you plan to grow seedlings of this species indoors first then they should be started off about 2 months before they are due to be planted out in early autumn or before the last frost of spring. You will find many information regarding the coneflower by browsing http://www.coneflowers.net. Coneflowers usually takes about two to three weeks for Coneflower seeds to germinate in the dark at a temperature of 21 to 24 degrees centigrade. Once ready for transplanted in the garden the Coneflower plants should planted with space in between each saplings.
Everywhere you look these days, the purple coneflowers are in bloom, and your garden should don't have any exception, they will multiply like anything. Coneflowers are native plants and attract bees, butterflies, and other winged creatures... Everyone will love coneflower purely for it’s beauty and reliability, How wonderful that such a beautiful plant has wonderful medicinal properties as well. Purple Cone flower is one of the best perennial flowers for late summer and early fall, they will long-last in every garden, they bloom right through July and August. Many of you will no doubt be familiar with the cone flower for its herbal use. Its roots are used as an immune booster.