Echinacea purpurea Green Twister


Seeds and ranunculus/anemones orders are sent within 10-14 days.

Product Specification

This echinacea variety is a non-demanding perennial with exquisite pink-green flowers. At the very beginning the tips of the petals are greenish-light green. As they develop, the flowers become lilac-pink, with a green border around the edge. The center is large, strongly convex, golden brown. Plants are vigorous. The roots grow well and can be easily divided to receive new clones.

Tips to grow:

Transplanting recommended. Soak seeds in warm water for 24 hours. Transplant outside 30-40 days after sowing the seeds. Will bloom next year and can stay on the same place for 4-5 years producing prolific blooms.  Deadhead old flowers to promote continuous blooms.

Number of seeds in package: 25 seeds

Average seed life: 1-2 years

Sow for Further Transplanting



July (the following year)

Planting Depth

0,5 cm

Days to Germination


Germination Temperature

18-21 ⁰С

Life cycle



70-100 cm

Light Preference

Full sun, partial shade


30-40 cm

Starting from Seeds

The journey of cultivating seeds offers numerous rewards. It provides an early start to the season, grants access to a plenty of unique varieties not commonly available at local nurseries, and efficiently fills your cutting garden at a budget-friendly cost.

Growing Experience

Cultivating plants from seeds is not just a horticultural task- it’s a journey of growth and discovery. As you embark on this journey, each stage of the process becomes a fulfilling experience.

From the delicate germination of the seeds to the sturdy emergence of seedlings, and finally, the flourishing of mature plants, you become an active participant in the miraculous cycle of life.

Make the most of our knowledge to avoid common gardening mistakes and successfully grow your dahlias. Explore our blog on "How to start from Seeds" and feel free to reach out with any questions.

Blog posts

View all
How To'sCrown gall or leafy gall...?

Crown gall or leafy gall...?

We have been seeing a lot of questions about one of the most common diseases of dahlias – bacterial-induced crown and leafy gall. The disease is considered incurable. But is this really so? And wha...

How To'sHow to Grow from Seeds

How to Grow from Seeds

Step by step easy instruction how to grow flowers from seeds.

How To'sHow to grow ranunculus and anemones

How to grow ranunculus and anemones

Ranunculus and anemones are the most popular flowers we grow.They have many wonderful qualities: endless color pallet, double fluffy blooms, delicate citrus fragrance and high productivity. Cultiv...