Ella's Garden Plants from A to Z: Echinacea paradoxa, Echinacea paradoxa, Yellow Coneflower
|Common Name: Yellow Coneflower|
Cultivar or Variety: Echinacea paradoxa
Germination Tips: Pre-treatment of some native wildflower seeds may be necessary due to seed dormancy, however most native wildflower seed will germinate without any pretreatment if they are planted outside in the fall or early winter. Dormancy is typically broken if the seeds go through a winter freeze. If the seed will be planted inside or in the spring or summer a physical modification of the seed coat which will trigger germination may be necessary. are some of the different techniques that can be used.
Zone Hardiness up to
When to Sow Seed
Seed Needs Light to Germinate
Attractive to Wildlife