5 New Echinaceas For Your 2014 Spring Season

Check out these gorgeous new varieties of echinacea.

 

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  1. Though I like echinaceas as a Native plant cultivar….the offerings are getting to be a little overwhelming and unless you have the right well drained soil…I’m hearing from customers and experiencing for myself that many of them aren’t worth growing…

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