This dwarf form of Echinacea 'White Swan' has reduced height but there is nothing dwarf about its blossoms. Each blossom is made up of pure white, reflexed petals reaching up to a massive 5" across with a yellow center. A heavily branched and compact habit produces bright blooms earlier then your typical Coneflower and its steady stream of bloom continues until frost. 'Baby White Swan' is a wildlife magnet luring native insects, butterflies and songbirds with its copius nectar and seeds. Growing to only 15-20" tall, it also is a great container plant with its long color season and it really shines massed in the front or toward the middle of any sunny, well-drained garden location.
Thrives in full to part sun and well-drained, fertile soil. Removing spent blooms will prolong flowering.