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Magnus Coneflower

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Daisy-like flowers with rosy pink petals and copperbrown centers bloom from midsummer to fall. Petals are held out horizontally, creating an attractive display in the garden and floral arrangements. Grows 30- 36 in. tall. Plant in full sun to light shade. Deer resistant. Zones 3-8. Bareroot.

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Magnus Coneflower
94372 - For each offer ordered, get 1 bareroot plant
Unable to ship to: AE AK GU HI PR
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Product Details
Ship Season: Spring
Items Per Package: For each offer ordered, get 1 bareroot plant
Height: 34" - 40"
Bloom Time/Days To Maturity: Mid summer to frost for several months
Zone: 3 - 10 (-30° F.)
Sun/Shade: Full Sun.
Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR
Spacing: 18" - 24"
Depth: Plant with crown about 1" below soil surface
Spread: 18" - 24"
Comments: This new and improved variety has large single flowers with distinctive seed heads, but the deep rose petals extend out not down. Grows up to 3' tall on sturdy stems, beautiful planted in masses or with Daisies, Black Eyed Susans and other summer perennials. Heat and drought tolerant. Named 1998 Perennial Plant of the Year! A plant with bold four-inch across magenta-rose flowers; petals horizontal, not pendulous. The plants hold the flowers well above the clean foliage, on stems that are plenty long for cutting. If faded flowers are cut back, additional blooms will be encouraged. But, if the seed heads are allowed to form, small seed-feeding birds such as finches will find their way to the plants and brighten the garden after the flowers have faded from memory.
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