Saturday, September 5, 2009

Echinacea 'Champagne Bubbles'

photo courtesy of IMA Blog

Named for it's champagne colored center, Echinacea 'Champagne Bubbles' stands apart from the darker centered coneflowers. You really don't notice the difference until you plant this one next to another coneflower and then you'll realize how bright the plant is. It's getting to be a bit redundant but this is another Arie Blom introduction. He has cornered the new coneflower market for 2010.

Mature Height: 38 inches

Mature Width: 36 inches

Bloom Size: 3.5"

Form: Upright

Growth Rate: Fast

Light: Sun

Flower Color: Creamy White

Foliage Color: Green

Zone: 4-8

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