ECHINACEA PALLIDA BAREROOT
ECHINACEA PALLIDA BAREROOT
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(P/3-4')(FS) Z5-9 Echinacea pallida is very similar in character to Echinacea angustifolia except it is larger and stronger plant. The petal rays droop down and may be as long as 5", ranging in color from vibrant purple to nearly white. Studies have shown that the chemical make-up of Echinacea purpurea, Echinacea angustifolia and Echinacea pallida are basically the same for those who are planning to use this herb medicinally.
Bareroots are mailed in March or as soon as weather permits and can be stored in a refrigerator or planted outdoors as soon as soil has warmed.