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Strong tall stems bearing many large golden flowers with sizeable, black, protruding centre cones appear from early summer right into autumn. An impressive and valuable flower to give colour to the back of the border, this hardy perennial grows between 1.2m and 1.8m tall. A member of the Compositae with other names such as ‘Cutleaf Coneflower’, ‘Green-head coneflower’ and ‘Wild Goldenglow’, it’s seeds per gram is approximately 200 per gram.
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Sowing; For best results, sow seeds immediately on to a good soil-based compost. Cover the seeds with fine grit or compost to approximately their own depth. They can be sown at any time, and germination can sometimes be quicker if kept at 15-20C. However, we sow most seeds in an unheated greenhouse and wait for natural germination as many seeds have built-in dormancy mechanisms, and often wait for Spring before emerging regardless of when they are sown. But Spring sowing will obviously give them a full season of growth if successful germination occurs.