Double Delight Pink Coneflower
The Biggest Pink Coneflowers- Huge "Double" Blooms
The Pink Double Delight Echinacea Coneflower is becoming so popular because of...
• huge double blooms last for weeks
• new hardy variety is low-maintenance
• long-lasting blooms give vibrant color
If you're looking for a strong hit of bright pink in your flower garden, then Pink Double Delight Echinacea is for you. The "Double" in this plant's name refers to the large (up to 3 inches) pom-pom double centers, while the "Pink" is for the deep-rose pink centers surrounded by downward-pointing softer-pink daisy-shaped petals.
For the most stunning garden designs, plant Pink Double Delight in a large mass to give an expanse of hot pink or in a smaller group as an eye-catching accent color.
It's Unique...And Hardy
Pink Double Delight Echinacea is a new cultivar with a unique color and shape. These plants are really tough, too. They were bred to be:
• drought tolerant
• deer tolerant
• low maintenance
We recommend potting them up around your patio. This is a plant that is easy to grow, requiring minimal attention beyond occasional dead-heading during the growing season. Pink Double Delight thrives in most types of soil so you can use it almost anywhere in your yard, though it does best in moist but well-drained locations, and prefers sun or partial shade.
Vibrant Summer Color
The blooming season of the Pink Double Delight Echinacea lasts from late spring to late summer. Pink Double Delight adds to the wildlife in your garden, attracting birds and butterflies in the summer and, if you leave the dead flower heads on the stems in the fall, the birds will return for the seeds.