Echinacea 'Double Scoop Cranberry'

Vigorous, compact plants with giant, cranberry-colored, double blooms, perfect for borders or mixed containers. At season's end, the dried flower heads add fall interest to the garden.
Item #
05686
Keywords
CONEFLOWER, DOUBLE SCOOP CRANBERRY
Zone
4

Echinacea 'Double Scoop Cranberry'


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Vigorous, compact plants with giant, cranberry-colored, double blooms, perfect for borders or mixed containers. At season's end, the dried flower heads add fall interest to the garden.

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