Pale Purple Coneflower

Plant Height 3 FT
Seed Count 85,000 Seeds per LB
Botanical Name Echinacea pallida
Life Cycle Perennial
Environment Full Sun to Light Shade
Preferred Sites Mesic to Upland/Grassland
Bloom Period May-July
Flower Color Pink
Pollinator Value Very Good




Pale Purple Coneflower is a perennial wildflower that is found in the Midwest and Eastern parts of the United States.  This wildflower is a long-lived perennial and as the name implies, has a beautiful pale purple flower.


  • Prefers mesic to dry soils
  • Great choice for landscaping
  • Mature plant height of 3-4 feet
  • Highly adaptable in varying soil types and climates
  • Light purple/lavender bloom color
  • Early summer bloom period
  • Moderate heat and drought tolerance
  • Great source of food for pollinators and other beneficial insects
  • Medium seedling vigor and deep-rooted up to 16 inches
  • Deer resistant specie




Midwest Wildflower Mix

Purple Coneflower

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Pollinator Wildflower Mix

Black Samson

Big 12 Wildflower Mix





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