Echineacea, also known as the Coneflower, comes in purple and white.
They grow to about three feet tall. After they dry out, wait until the seed heads dry completely, then collect the seeds. The white ones are from seeds I collected two years ago. Just call me Lori Apple Seed. Happy harvesting.
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