A very exciting “Coneflower” that BLOOMS ALL SUMMER & having a long taproot, is easier & more reliably perennial in our Winter climate. Other happy differences are that the petals are uplifted (rather than drooping) & the flowers all face the same way at the same time. Echinacea tennesseensis’ blooms are richer in color & produced far more abundantly, making it an excellent specimen plant. Endangered in the wild & like all “Coneflowers,” it’s highly attractive to butterflies. Rich to average, well-drained soil. To 24" high & 15-18" wide.