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Echinacea Purpurea Seeds are now available for fall or spring planting



(Echinacea purpurea) Herbaceous perennial.

Our Home Farm Herbery Organic Perennial Echinacea Purpurea Seeds are now

available to sow seed outdoors in very early spring or fall. This plant prefers full sun, with well drained, limey soil and regular watering. It is a beloved medicinal that is used for its immune enhancing properties.

Cultivation: Sow seed in the early spring in flats outdoors or in the greenhouse, and transplant seedlings out to the garden or field in mid-spring (middle of May in our area). Starting earlier, and transplanting twice into progressively bigger containers will result in a much better rooted transplant, which will probably flower in the first year. It is fairly easy to seed this plant directly in the garden or field. Sow the seed shallowly in the early to mid-spring. Keep moist. Once the plants are up, you must stay on top of the weeds, and thin to 1 foot spacing after the second set of leaves has formed. E. purpurea likes full sun, plenty of water, and rich, limey soil. This is the species best suited to varied growing conditions, whether coastal or mountain, east or west. It is easy to grow, and produces on the average 1/2 pound of fresh root by the dormant period following the second year of growth.

Plant 1 foot apart.

Flowers 3 to 4 feet tall.

Limited amount of packets available so buy today.

When you sow this package of seeds you are taking part in the preservation of healing plants worldwide. 

50 seed Pkt $6.95 with free shipping and a free herb or herb blend of our choice.

We thank you in advance for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Just in time for fall planting. Limited Quantity so order yours now.
 

 
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