Echinacea purpurea ‘Rubinstern’ seeds – ( Coneflower)


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This echinacea has brilliant intense dark pink blooms. Its petals are horizontal and it lasts well as a cut flower. It won the cut flower of the year award in 2006, and has won the prestigious award of garden merit from the RHS.

Sowing advice 

Sow spring, summer and autumn. Sow in trays or pots. Sow  onto moist well-drained seed raising mix. Cover thinly  with soil.  ( they need darkness to germinate)Ideal temp 20°C. Keep soil moist but not saturated.  Germination occurs in 10 -20 days. If seeds have not germinated, then seal the pot in a plastic bag and put into the fridge for 4 weeks.  Check weekly , and if germination has occurred for some seeds then bring  the  whole pot out of the fridge to the warmth  for germination and remove the plastic .Keep moiist

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Maximum Height

Approx 100 cm with flowers

Number of seeds in packet

approx 30