How to Landscape Coneflowers?

“Coneflowers are hardy perennials that add beauty and color to any garden. Here’s how to landscape them effectively.”

If you want to landscape your garden with coneflowers, choose a spot with well-drained soil and good sunlight. Plant them in spring or fall, spacing them around 18 to 24 inches apart. Coneflowers require minimal maintenance and can be left to grow naturally or trimmed back to encourage them to produce more flowers. Deadhead or cut back stems once the flowers have wilted to encourage growth. Coneflowers attract birds, bees, and butterflies, making them a perfect addition to a pollinator garden.

Important items:

  • Choose well-drained soil and good sunlight
  • Plant in spring or fall, 18-24 inches apart
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Deadhead or trim back to encourage growth
  • Attract birds, bees, and butterflies

Give your garden a boost with vibrant and gorgeous coneflowers, and enjoy the beauty they bring year after year.