Echinacea Seeds - White Swan


70 " 84 days. Non-GMO, Heirloom White Swan Echinacea Herb Garden Seed from True Leaf Market. Echinacea purpurea. Echinacea grows as a warm perennial native to North America. Cultivated in 1987, this wildflower is one of the original Purple Echinacea varieties and grows similarly to its pink-colored coneflower relatives. 25,000 seeds/ounce.


Growing White Swan Coneflower Echinacea Herb Garden Seeds

The main difference with this echinacea is how its petals develop as pearl-white with golden-bronze pistils. With bold floral notes similar to pine, White Swan Echinacea provides many health benefits and can thrive in substandard soil.

White Swan Echinacea Herb Growing Habits

Non-GMO (Echinacea purpurea) White Swan Echinacea plants grow as warm-season flowering herbs. As perennials, this wildflower variety will develop as upright shrubs with bold pearl-white flowers on thick green stems reaching 2" tall. Once echinacea reaches full maturity in mid-to-late summer, your plants will produce petals with a floral flavor similar to pine. Harvest the medicinal properties of echinacea during its summer blooming season or just before winter. The golden-bronze pistils of White Swan Echinacea flowers will turn black before they set seed.

The Native Habitats of White Swan Echinacea Garden Herb

Although these herbs have a wide growing range of Central and Eastern regions in North America, echinacea wildflowers thrive in temperate-to-warm conditions and often dwell in prairies, open woods, meadows, and glades"where White Swan Echinacea can develop in a variety of substandard soil such as rocky, sandy or dry.

The Health Benefits of White Swan Echinacea Herb & Seed

From helping cure urinary tract infections to boosting your overall immune system, there are major health and medicinal benefits when it comes to echinacea. White Swan varieties is one of the several Purple Coneflower cultivars that aid skin infections and can halt the spread of bacteria.

White Swan Echinacea Garden Herb Seeds Per Package

  • 500mg Packet - Approximately 425 Seeds
  • .25 oz - Approximately 6,250 Seeds
  • 1 oz - Approximately 25,000 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 100,000 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately 400,000 Seeds

Echinacea purpurea is native to the Ozark Mountain region and found all throughout the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys. Native Americans were the first to use echinacea to treat burns, wounds, toothaches, and several other internal applications. Presently, echinacea is most commonly brewed as a tea to treat cold symptoms, and synthesized echinacea is widespread in the pharmaceutical industry to bolster weak immune systems. The genus Echinacea is translated from the Greek word echinos meaning "“hedgehog" or "“sea-urchin" in reference to the spiny cone on many flowers in the genus.

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