Light orange flowers with darker orange centers. Tall flowers dance above the foliage in summer
Brilliant orange flowers rise above strap-like green foliage.
Yellow and orange flowers with petals sticking straight out. Flowers in late summer early fall. Great as a cut flower.
Burnt orange with yellow midribs and slightly yellower edges. Huge 6″ flowers. Larger size
Early season bloomer. Fiery orange and yellow blooms in late April/early May poke up above rich green foliage that stays semi-evergreen. Great to interplant with late summer perennials.
Red and yellow flowers set above soft green foliage. Butterflies are very attracted to the plant. Requires good drainage to be successful.
2½-3in, intense orange flowers will make other Echinacea pale in comparison, with a matching orange cone that really makes the color pop. Dark green foliage is completely covered with flowers. One of the best orange Echinacea to date.
Bright orange flowers on dark stems. Flowers stick out like they are the flames of a Tiki Torch. Great butterfly and bee attractant
Brilliant red-orange double flowers look like something out of a Dr Seuss book. Flowers can be large, up to 3″ across. Long bloom time from late summer into fall.
Burnt Orange flowers over bright green foliage. A magnet for butterflies in summer. A very long bloom time and sturdier stems make this a great choice.