Grows 30-36" tall x 24" wide, flowers profusely in July, self seeds a little, and has fibrous roots. It came labeled Echinacea Lilliput, which it definitely isn't. Zone 8B, Pacific Northwest.
SOLVED: What is this perennial?
Stems are about 45 cm. fleshy but thin, dark green, glossy leaves. alternating leaves about 2 1/2 to 3 inches long when mature. flowers are white about 1 to 1 1/2 inches. very hard to come by here. southwestern ontario. can be replicated by putting a slit in the dirt and inserting a leaf. plant is nice with just the foliage but add the flowers, outrageously nice.
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