Echinacea 'Tiki Torch'
This is a "green thumb" plant. Hybrid echinacea are not recommended for beginners. Special care is required the first year. Prior experience with echinacea is highly recommended!
>>> PLEASE NOTE: Orders containing this plant will ship early June, 2020. We suggest placing separate orders if you want other plants sooner.
Released in 2009, echinacea 'Tiki Torch' features pumpkin orange flowers, a new milestone in the world of coneflowers. It is the darkest orange coneflower to date. It features large 4.5" flowers with wide petals. It produces a color explosion in the garden! An easy grower with strong upright stems. Its spicy scented blooms attract butterflies. This beauty keeps its color for weeks instead of days like previous orange coneflowers. Multi award-winning variety, including "Winner of the 2009 NMPRO New Plant Pavilion". In the 2009 City Trial Awards Allan Armitage praised 'Tiki Torch' stating that its "orange flower color is vivid and maintains its color over a long period of time". PP#18839.
This coneflower is a member of the "Prairie Pillars" family of echinacea from Terra Nova Nurseries. Long, strong stems and huge flowers is what this group of outstanding plants is all about. The non-fading flowers provide an excellent extended color display in the garden through frost and make outstanding cut flowers for indoor bouquets. Some of the best cultivars in the world.
'Tiki Torch' differs from other similar varieties in the following ways:
♦ Unique pumpkin orange color, unlike all others.
♦ Shorter than 'Sundown'.
♦ Taller than 'Dixie Blaze' & 'Tangerine Dream'.
MATURE HEIGHT: 36".
MATURE SPREAD: 26".
HARDINESS ZONES: 4,5,6,7,8,9.
FLOWER: Mid to late season.
SUN EXPOSURE: Full sun to mostly sunny.
SIZE SHIPPED: 2.5" pot.
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This time of the year these plants are shipped dormant and fully trimmed:
Astilbe, Hibiscus, Phlox, Sedum.
(others are going dormant and may be shipped trimmed)
*Orders ship free but do incur a $4.99 handling fee.
Orders to the west coast incur added fees.