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  1. Mellow Yellows Coneflower, Echinacea 'Mellow Yellows'

    Mellow Yellows Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a study in harmony with beautiful blossoms ranging from cream to gold. Blooming from early summer to first frost, Mellow Yellows has...

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    Mellow Yellows Echinacea Mellow Yellows Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Mellow Yellows
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    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    Mellow Yellows Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a study in harmony with beautiful blossoms ranging from cream to gold. Blooming from early summer to first frost, Mellow Yellows has a long-lasting steady supply of blooms, making it an essential garden workhorse. Butterflies, bees, and birds are frequent visitors to Echinacea, and you can leave tall, sturdy flowers up over the winter for visual interest and food supplies. Beautiful for cut flowers on long, sturdy stems.
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  2. Pink Echinacea tennessensis Rocky Top, Echinacea tennessensis Rocky Top, Rocky Top Hybrid Purple Coneflower

    This is a delightful new hybrid native wildflower. Blooming in summer, the flower's thin, deep-pink petals curve forward from the center cone like an old-fashioned sunbonnet....

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    Rocky Top Echinacea Rocky Top Coneflower Echinacea tennessensis Rocky Top
    Regular Price $9.99 Sale $8.99
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
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    This is a delightful new hybrid native wildflower. Blooming in summer, the flower's thin, deep-pink petals curve forward from the center cone like an old-fashioned sunbonnet.
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Bird Attracting Plants

The best bird attracting plants include native fruit-bearing shrubs and trees and native perennial plants that provide seeds for food. Ornamental grasses are important to a bird-friendly garden, as they provide shelter and nesting material. Native plants are best for birds because they will host caterpillars and other insects to feed their young. Our Regional Native Songbird Gardens combine the best native song-bird plants for each region.

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