Latin Name: Echinacea 'Firefinch'
Height: 12 -16 inches
Spread: 16 - 18 inches
Sunlight: Full Sun; Part Sun
Bloom Time: June to November
Hardiness Zone: 4-8Description:
Lakota Fire Coneflower boasts all the red shades of a fire, from red-orange to pink-red. Starting in June, and with deadheading, these blooms will continue up until a hard frost. Leave spent blooms at the end of the season for seed production, as these seeds provide a winter food source to songbirds. The fragrant flowers can be cut and enjoyed inside. The Lakota Fire Coneflower is a nativar, drought tolerant once established, and often used in not only flower beds and masses, but also in containers.
Attracts: Bees; Butterflies; Birds
Other Names: previously known as Lakota Fire