Plants with low growing foliage that is long and thin. The flowers have upturned petals on long stems. the ray flowers have pinkish-purple colored petals and the centers are cone shaped and brown in color. Grows best in moisture retentive soils that drain well in full sun. Blooms early and mid summer.
Native to a small area of Tennessee. Like most Echinacea, germination is best after a 8 week period of cool moist stratification, followed by varying the temperature between the day and night, say 65-75F days and 40-50 nights. When sowing do not cover the seeds completely, light produces best results.