Echinacea 'Amazing Dream' (PBR)

9cm pot £9.99
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Buy Echinacea 'Amazing Dream' (PBR) coneflower: Flowers well into autumn

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: most soils, except very dry or boggy
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to September
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This coneflower is a scene-stealer. It has iridescent flowerheads that are made up of chunky hot pink petals, which surround a broad orange eye. These look amazing with clashing purples, red and yellows, or they can be toned down with softer pinks. Bees love them and they are also good for cutting.

  • Garden care: Lift and divide congested colonies in autumn or spring. In autumn cut back all dead flower stems to the ground. Coneflowers benefit from a spring or autumn mulch with well-rotted compost.

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Fresh as a daisy

5

Looks great near the front of a border. It's currently in flower (August) and is most attractive to the bees.

Kate the amateur

Yorkshire

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Fresh as a daisy

5

Not being as tall as some echinaceas, it looks really good near the front of a border. It is currently in full flower (August) and it looks very pretty - it certainly lives up to its name.

Kate the amateur

Yorkshire

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I would buy this product again

4

flowers faded to a pale pink but remained attractive into autumn. contrasted well with salvia amistad

Kay

Loughborough

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Wow!

5

I saw the photograph of 'Amazing Dream' online &had to have it! It was a good size plug on arrival & flowered from August to the beginning of November in its first year. The colour of the flowers is amazing, a true neon pink. I love it!

Alyb

Glasgow

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I woulrecommend this

4

I use Echinacea as a colour focus for the autumn. If you need a bright spot in your garden look no further. They are hardy and flower for ages. I still have one or two blooms hanging on even though the leaves are completely frosted. A must for my garden but I do live in the mild west country!

Jean

East Devon

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