(Narrow-leaved Coneflower) [P3-9/stratify 90-120 days at 40oF/LD/tp,ds/Sp/sun/24"-36"] The plants of E. angustifolia are the smallest of the echinaceas (8-18 in.) and the spreading pink ray petals are the shortest (3/4 in. - 1-3/8 in. long). Narrow-leaved coneflower is native to the dry prairies of the central U.S. The leaves are long and narrow as is characteristic of many drought tolerant species. This species has a long history of medicinal use starting with the Native American tribes of the Great Plains. Pkt. (0.2g, 52 seeds)
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