A rare two toned, lime green daisy like blossom with contrasting rose-colored rays toward the center of the tepals. The center cones are dark and lime green as well. Leaves are dark green, coarse and lance-shaped. If you want an accent and something special in your garden or container be sure to try Echinacea pupurea Green Envy
A unique specimen for garden design small or large, even containers. Attracts an array of butterflies and birds and bees, and deer resistant.
Blooming season: July through autumn
Prune: deadhead the faded flowers often and more new green flowers continue to keep coming.
Mature size: H 1 m x W 60 cm
Care: Drought tolerant once established, withstands heavy winds and rain. Thrives best in full sun and well-drained acid soil. Deer- and pest-resistant.
Breeder: Mr. Mark Veeder, New York, USA
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