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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.

Growing instructions: Plant bareroot medicinal perennials upright so that the crown (the part with a bud, opposite the roots) is in inch or so below the soil level. Water them in. If planting in spring, you should start to see growth in a week or two. If planting in fall, they will stay dormant until conditions are right in the spring. 

If you are unable to plant to bareroots right away, refrigerate them and keep them moist or plant in pots. 

Never freeze bareroots.

Bareroots begin shipping in March.