You will certainly take notice when this aggressive yet compact Coneflower starts to bloom in late spring. It would be hard not to notice with each bloom's double fullness and small white ray florets surround a huge, bulging center cone that is chock full of white and yellow cone florets. The effect in the garden is spectacular especially since the bloom show continues until a hard freeze in fall!
Grows best in a sunny location with well-draining, average soil. Fertilize yearly with an organic fertilizer. Well drained soil is a must. Flowers are long lived but can be deadheaded when past to encourage more bloom. Leave spent flowers on in fall for the birds who love the seed in the cones. Cut back near ground in late winter.