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Echinacea ‘TNECHKIO’ (KISMET® Intense Orange)

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Summary

From Terra Nova’s KISMET® Series, Echinacea KISMET® Intense Orange features the same breeding strategies as Echinacea KISMET® Raspberry and is similarly advertised to have increased numbers of flowers and greater garden adaptability. This coneflower was often compared to Echinacea ‘Santa Fe’ and Echinacea ‘Balsomcor’ (SOMBRERO® Hot Coral) due to similarities in habit and flower color and, like ‘Santa Fe’, it was also voted a top five favorite by visitors. KISMET® Intense Orange coneflower produced some of the most saturated red-orange flowers in our trial that eventually faded to handsome apricot tones in late summer.


Details

  • Rating
    4.4 (Top Performer) 
  • Common Name
    KISMET® Intense Orange coneflower  
  • Bloom Period
    late June-early August 
  • Peak Bloom
    early-mid July 
  • Flower Size
    4.5" 
  • Size
    23” x 25” 
  • Flower Type
    Single