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Pale Purple Coneflowers have drooping lavender-pink petals. This herbaceous perennial also reseeds, and attracts butterflies and birds.


This plant comes in a 1 quart pot.


  • Plant Maturity: 2-3'
  • Sunlight: Full Sun-Partial Shade
  • Soil Type: Moist, Mesic


Zones 3-8

Pale Purple Coneflower (Echinacea pallida)

SKU: 124
  • A safe time period to plant your flowers outdoors would be mid-May, preferably the 15th-20th. Until then...

    "Back Deck" your flowers. This means place your flowers outside on most days but bring in on nights colder than a light frost.

    Indoors, your flowers should be in temperatures no warmer than 70 degrees. There is a fair amount of babysitting, but it shouldn't last more than a few weeks.