Can Coneflower Seeds Be Sown in August?

Plant coneflowers, or Echinacea, seeds outdoors at least two months before the first expected frost for your region. This allows time for germination and root development before cold weather arrives. Seed-grown coneflowers take up to two years to reach full development.

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