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This hardy perennial is native to the American Midwest and Southeast. Its large, daisy-like blooms appear in June and July, and are distinguished by their narrow, pale purple petals that droop almost straight downward from their cone-shaped centers. Pale Purple Coneflower (E. pallida) can be difficult to tell apart from its close cousin Purple Coneflower (E. purpurea), but pallida blooms 2 to 3 weeks earlier than purpurea and is therefore a wonderful addition to the landscape for pollinators. 0.5 gram packet contains approximately 80 seeds.
Pale Purple Coneflower seeds should be wet- or dry-cold stratified for 30 days prior to planting. Sow seeds outdoors, or start in pots indoors and plant out after the last frost in a location with full sun and well-drained soil. Sow shallowly so the seeds have access to some light. Seed-started plants may not bloom until their second or third year.
|0.5 g||80||perennial||60 days wet- or dry-cold|
|Sowing Method||Seed Depth||Days to Sprout||Mature Spacing|
|Sun Requirement||Frost Tolerance||Bloom Season||Special Notes|
|part shade-full sun||dies back in winter||June-July||clumps may need divison every ~4 yrs|