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Coneflowers

Plant in an area of your garden that will get at least 6 hours of sun each day
If your area has cold winters, plant in the fall so that the seeds can chill, in warmer areas,
put your seeds in the fridge about 3 weeks before planting in early spring
Scatter your seeds and gently press into the soil. Barely cover to avoid birds eating your seeds Coneflowers are fairly drought resistant and thrive in dry summers, so avoid overwatering Coneflowers don't need a lot of fertilizer, but if your flowers are small, work in some compost to the roots
Cut back coneflowers to rejuvenate them and grow new blooms until the first frost
Coneflowers reseed themselves year after year and are great pollinator attractors - avoid cutting back any dead flowers closer to fall