Coneflower - Green Envy
Color Transitions With Age
The Coneflower 'Green Envy', Echinacea purpurea 'Green Envy', is an easy to grow flower that produces beautiful light green fading to pink daisy-like flowers.
The Green Envy blooms from July to September and is a major attractor to butterflies and bees. It a must for any perennial gardens.
The pretty flowers occur on tall dark green stems with dark green foliage. For best results, plant in full sun in a well drained area.
Echinacea is known for its large flower heads that turn to seed in the fall. It is a great choice for cut flowers, and it adds a wilderness look to your garden.
Not only is it a prized perennial for many gardeners, but it is also said to be a potent medicine.
Echinacea is said to increase immune function, reduce the effects of colds and flu, fight off viral, bacterial and fungal infections and purify the blood and flush waste from the lymphatic system.
Divide clumps when they become overcrowded (about every 4 years).
'Green Envy' usually reblooms without deadheading, but if spent flowers are removed, this procedure will encourage continued beautiful blooms and improves general appearance.
This plant is deer and rabbit resistant.
Create a group of these lovely pink blooms which will become a gorgeous focal point in your yard!
*Flowers Change from Green to Pink Over Time
*Blooms Late Summer Into Fall
*Attracts Butterflies, Hummingbirds, and Birds
|Family||Echinacea purpurea 'Green Envy'|
|Mature Height||30 - 36 inches|
|Mature Spread||18 - 24 inches|
|Soil||Normal, Sandy, Clay|
|Moisture||Dry to Moist|
|Mature Form||Upright, Spreading|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Flower Color||Green, pink|