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Echinacea - Coneflower

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Also known as Rudbeckias, Echinaceas are perennials or annuals that are very easy to maintain. Because of their summer flowering the tall white to purple flowers attract bees and butterflies. They like fertile and well-drained soils in full sun. The cultivation of this plant only requires good watering throughout the summer and a close pruning in autumn. For plants aged 4 years, division of the stump is necessary to stimulate flowering. It is possible to sow them directly in the field in April. In spring, it is necessary to protect the regrowth of vegetation from snails and slugs. Native to North America, three species of Echinacea (pallida, angustifolia, and purpurea) have the same medicinal properties, they prevent respiratory and urinary tract infections and promote the healing of wounds and skin inflammations.


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