In the language of flowers, this perennial plant is associated with beauty and strength. And it is powerful–it is a natural form of an antibiotic. It is commonly used to fight colds and other upper respiratory infections. It might also help chronic fatigue syndrome and migraines.
How to Grow
- Pick a sunny spot in your garden.
- Dig a hole as twice as big as the root ball.
- Mix fertilizer into the dirt.
- Place the plant into the hole, taking care that the top of the root ball is just beneath the soil.
- Cover with soil and water.
Benefits of Coneflowers
- Strong medicinal uses
- Easy to care for
- Excellent cut flowers
- Drought tolerant
Best of all, coneflowers come in a variety of colors and add a touch of beauty to any garden.