The quick and convenient, step-by-step guide to growing your long headed coneflower seeds!
Native to the western Great Plains, the long headed coneflower has earned a reputation for thriving in soil that few other plants would tolerate. Long headed coneflowers are known for their long life spans, and ability to attract butterflies and songbirds.
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How To Grow Long Headed Coneflower From Seeds
# 1 | Direct sow your long headed coneflower in late fall. Gently press each long headed coneflower seeds into the surface of moist soil. Ensure that you don't press too hard, long headed coneflower seeds need light to germinate. For spring planting, mix the seeds with moist sand and store in the refrigerator for 30 days before planting.
# 2 | Keep the soil lightly moist until your long headed coneflower germinate, which usually takes 20-30 days.
# 3 | Water your long headed conflower seedlings regularly until they become established. When grown from seed, long headed coneflowers usually begin blooming in their second year.
# 3 | Mature long headed coneflowers tolerate drought well and can flourish in fairly dry soil. They will offer more blooms if occasionally watered in dry weather.