Echinacea – Native Plant and Herbal Health Supplement

Echinacea – Native Plant and Herbal Health Supplement

Echinacea (Coneflower)

These native plants are found growing in moist to dry prairies and open wooded areas and have fresh interest and new colorations. Commonly called coneflowers, they are prevalent to our area.

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Lake Bluff, Illinos, Schmechtig Landscapes

These tall showstoppers attract butterflies and birds and make a great cut flower. Echinacea is popularly
believed to be an immune system stimulator to ward off the common cold.

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Winnetka, Illinois, Schmechtig Landscapes

Other names for this plant include:

American Cone Flower, Black Sampson, Black Susans, Brauneria Angustifolia, Brauneria Pallida, Comb Flower, Coneflower, Echinacea Angustifolia, Echinacea Pallida, Echinacea Purpurea, Echinaceawurzel, Échinacée, Échinacée Angustifolia, Échinacée Pallida, Échinacée Pourpre, Échinacée Purpurea, Equinácea, Fleur à Hérisson, Hedgehog, Igelkopfwurzel, Indian Head, Kansas Snakeroot, Narrow-Leaved Purple Cone Flower, Pale Coneflower, Purple Cone Flower, Purpursonnenhutkraut, Purpursonnenhutwurzel, Racine d’echininacea, Red Sunflower, Rock-Up-Hat, Roter Sonnenhut, Rudbeckie Pourpre, Schmallblaettrige Kegelblumenwurzel, Schmallblaettriger Sonnenhut, Scurvy Root, Snakeroot, Sonnenhutwurzel.