Echinacea angustifolia (Saskatchewan Ecotype) seeds, organic

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Family:  Aster (Asteraceae)

Hardy to zones 3 to 9

(Narrow-leaved coneflower, Black Sampson, Coneflower) Herbaceous perennial, this ecotype native to Saskatchewan in Canada.  Angustifolia is the most northerly ranging of all 9 indigenous American species.  Traditional usage (TWM):  immune enhancement.  Plant prefers full sun and mesic, alkaline soils.  Amend garden soil with limestone.  Sow in fall or early spring, directly in prepared garden bed or in flats or pots and let the rain, snow and cold awaken the seeds.  Alternatively, give 30 to 90 days cold, moist refrigeration and sow warm.  Thin or transplant to 6 inches to 1 foot apart.

Packet contains 50 seeds
1 g contains ~250 seeds
5 g contains ~1,250 seeds
10 g contains ~2,500 seeds

Certified Organically Grown


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  1. blick002

    Rated 5 out of 5
    Great germination!


    Typical of nearly all the seeds purchased from Strictly Medicinal, these are nearly jumping out of the pot after a brief cold-moist stratification and going on the heat mat under grow lights. Nearly 100% germination rate and very healthy looking seedlings.

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  2. Richo Cech

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    For more information on growing this herb, see our book “Growing at-risk medicinal herbs, cutivation, conservation and ecology,” which has a whole chapter on Echinacea.  One of the photos is of fresh Echinacea angustifolia roots as they looked harvesting them from our farm after 3 years of growth.  They turned out very nicely and were in high demand from medicine makers, who often prefer angustifolia over other species.  We grew these by preparing a fine seed bed in the early spring and direct-seeding the seeds, allowing the plants to grow close together, as one would carrots, perhaps, and found that we had a very good yield that way, about 5 lbs fresh per 20 row feet. 

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