A selection of articles related to coneflower.
Original articles from our library related to the Coneflower. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Coneflower.
- Purple Coneflower (Echinacea Purpurea)
- Echinacea is a natural antibiotic and also an immune systen stimulator. If drinken in a tea it can ward off colds, flu, and infection. For magic, it can be used as an offering for the God and the Goddess to strengthen a spell or ritual....
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- Echinacea: Correspondences
- Echinacea augustifolia Folk Names: Black Sampson, Coneflower, Rudbeckia Gender: Planet: Element: Deity: Power: Strengthening Spells...
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- Moon Gardening
- There is nothing more beautiful at night than looking up at the Moon and looking down at its audience. A symphony of beautiful flowers that stand at attention, when the night comes upon us! Whether you would like an Herb Garden, a Medicine Wheel Garden, or...
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Coneflower is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Coneflower books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- FS 731 layout
- The purple coneflower, Echinacea purpurea. L.
- EASTERN PURPLE CONEFLOWER
- leaved purple coneflower, scurvy root, Indian head, comb flower, black susans, and hedge hog. Uses.
- MF2624 Purple Coneflower
- Purple coneflower (E. purpurea) is the domesticated cousin of E. angustifolia and E.
- Texas Coneflower
- Texas Coneflower. SEEDS. Texas Coneflower.
Suggested News Resources
- New varieties of black-eyed Susans make stunning show
- With all the breeding going on in coneflowers (Echinancias) these days, it's easy to overlook the black-eyed Susans.
- Echinacea Beautifies Emmaus and Upper Milford
- Also known as the "coneflower," this perennial requires minimal care, but offers bold color to local landscapes. By Jenae Holtzhafer Bees are often attracted to the popular purple coneflower, which is native to North America.
- Paint Gardens With Coneflowers
- If you haven't investigated coneflower (Echinacea) selections at your local garden center lately, you're in for a surprise. Varieties of this mid- to late-blooming perennial have broadened well beyond the common single-petal, dark pink blooms.
- Terra Nova Nursery's Dan Heims with one of his favorite new Echinacea
- Tip #1: give your coneflower good drainage. These plants don't thrive where water stands over the winter. Heavy, waterlogged soil is a far cry from the well-drained, sandy soil of the American Midwest prairie, from whence these plants hail.
Suggested Web Resources
- Feb 26, 2011 Coneflower.com: A Complete Catalog of Coneflowers and Pictures of Coneflowers.
- Coneflower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Coneflower. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
- how to grow coneflower or echinacea by garden author Doug Green.
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