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A couple of decades ago, Echinacea purpurea became one of the first wildflowers to make a successful transition into mainstream horticulture. This sturdy perennial still remains part of the popular crowd. Plants are low maintenance and resilient – thriving in most sunny sites due to their strong stems and deep roots. Striking summer flowers are beloved for their bright pink rays and spiny orange cones. Butterflies flock to the blooms and songbirds relish the seeds that follow. Plants grow 2–4 feet tall with a 2-foot spread. (2 in. plug)