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The Brauneria genus was classified in 1902 and it is only recently that the taxonomy has changed so that now, Brauneria paradoxa has finally been reclassified in the more fashionable Echinacea genus!
Native to the southern United States (Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas), Echinacea paradoxa has flowers with simple, drooping lemon yellow petals and a prominent brown cone.
Grow in the sun in ordinary soil, light, well-drained, neutral to alkaline.
Synonym: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, Echinacea atrorubens var. paradoxa
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- 9,5cm pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 7-10
- Height: 50 to 70cm
- Plant spacing: 40 cm
- Flower colour: yellow
- Flowering period: summer flowers
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