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jennlamaye

My 5 yr old and I spend a lot of time outdoors in our garden oasis. I love flowers, cottage garden style! #GTseedfairy 💕USDA Zone 8b; Sunset Zone 7

Echinacea purpurea 'Pas702917' (PowWow Series) syn. Echinacea 'PowWow Wild Berry'

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jennlamaye

#powwow #coneflower #seedling 💕 #seeds gifted by @Katalin

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jennlamaye

#newleaf on the #powwow #coneflower 😁

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#powwow #coneflower 💕 #newgrowth #grownfromseed

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Mikekally

Looks good!

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kimguy

Way to go😎💜 @jennlamaye

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jennlamaye

#coneflower #powwow #seedling #grownfromseed

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Keely

Love this one 💗💖💗💖

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jennlamaye

@Keely it's the only one I got to germinate, so it's my baby. Lol. Trying so hard not to over care for it and drown it. 😉

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Keely

I found them hard to do I got tiny plugs last year and only one survived so I have bought good size plants in them now so more established I do love them still got marmalade or pineapple I want this year 💛😄

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jennlamaye

#powwow #coneflower #grownfromseed from @Katalin Aimee 💕

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jeatacake

Looking very good 👍🌱

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dvod88

@jennlamaye does that say started 1/1? If so I feel better about mine planted around that time, I have one this size and 3 others without true leaves yet.

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Katalin

Looking great!!

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jennlamaye

@dvod88 yes it does! It was the only seed that Germinated out of six, and very slow growing under the lights. I've been babying it! 💕

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jennlamaye

@Katalin @jeatacake very excited about this baby! Thank you!

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jennlamaye

#powwow #coneflower #seedlings

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jennlamaye

#powwow #coneflower #giftfromkatalin #jennplanted180101 #seedling #germination in two weeks #grownfromseed 💕

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jennlamaye

@Katalin look! A baby! 💕

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jennlamaye

Wow! Just ten weeks ago she was this! @Katalin

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jennlamaye

Help me out, lovely @Katalin Which part is the seed? 😉

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Katalin

Bottom right of the picture.

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jennlamaye

@Katalin that's what I thought 😉 just didn't want to throw out the wrong stuff just in case! 💕

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#giftfromkatalin #coneflower #powwow #purple #cataloguing #seeds #jennseeds2018

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jennlamaye

No wonder 'PowWow Wild Berry' won a 2010 All-America Selection (AAS) Award (and continues to pile up honors)! It's not only the most brilliantly colored Echinacea yet, but it's also the best branched, which means more flowers all season. It doesn't need to be deadheaded to set new buds, so the flowers just keep coming!

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jennlamaye

And it's compact, so you can grow it in a container if you like, or squeeze it into that crowded sunny border. Oh, and did we mention that it blooms the first year -- just 20 weeks from sowing the seed?!

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jennlamaye

This plant reaches just 20 to 24 inches high when not in bloom, and spreads 12 to 16 inches wide. Despite this small size, it bears more blooms than just about any other Echinacea we've ever grown. The flowers add another 9 to 12 inches to the plant's height, giving you thick, longlasting stems for the vase. And you don't have to keep up with pinching off the fading blooms!

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jennlamaye

For best first-year flowering, sow the seeds right after you receive them, especially if you live in a short-season climate. (Before the end of January is ideal.) Place them on top of damp, but not wet, soil.

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jennlamaye

Plant in spring or fall, 18-24 inches apart, in full sun or partial shade, and in deep, welldrained, humus-rich soil

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#jennplanted180101 in #peatpots #giftfromkatalin

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