White Echinacea

We really like to see Echinacea flowers (coneflowers) and these were in Gore Gardens, Southland, New Zealand on 14 Feb 2021. Coneflowers are from North America.

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Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2021)

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  1. Many people in the Austin area cultivate one species or another of Echinacea, including some pale varieties. The only species that’s native in my county is Echinacea angustifolia, which is only seldom found in the wild.

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  2. These white varieties are beautiful, Liz. I don’t think I have seen any before. It took a few years for them to get established, but we get a number of the pink varieties in the garden each year. They look pretty and the birds are wild for the seeds. I look forward to their bloom this summer.

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  3. Lovely photographs, Liz! Coneflowers are one of my favourites here, though mine are still small – looking forward to them bulking up a bit! 🙂

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  4. Very nice images of these beauties, Liz! You really captured the intricacies of the center, I’ve always found Coneflowers fascinating. The blooms last a long time which adds to their allure for me—easy gardening!

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