Echinacea pallida 'Hula Dancer'
An enchanting coneflower with white flowers, slightly tinged with pale pink. The long, narrow drooping petals look like hula skirts swaying in the breeze, hence its name. Narrow green leaves, summer-autumn flowering. Excellent drought resistance once established. A hardy, long-lived perennial, completely winter dormant when it retreats underground. Full sun and good free-draining soils is best. Flowering size at maturity 60-90cm x 30cm. 1 litre pot. (Photos 2 and 3 show this growing with Salvia lanceolata).