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Sun-loving perennials sure to attract bees and butterflies.

For a garden that's easy to maintain, yet beautiful, be sure to pick coneflower plants. Their cheery blossoms burst forth from spring to fall and will brighten your garden for years to come.

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When it comes to gardening, it might not get easier than coneflower plants. These bright perennials spruce up gardens and bouquets with minimal upkeep, as they are drought-resistant. Gardeners should cut them back every so often to promote the growth of new blooms. There's not much you have to do to prepare them for winter - they prefer not to be disturbed, and add nice texture to the winter garden. Divide the plants every three to four years and enjoy their blossoms whenever warm weather arrives.

Coneflower plants are often mistaken for their look-a-like cousin, the daisy. The petals of the Echinacea bloom in such eye-pleasing colors as dark red, bright white, deep purple, and pink. Coneflowers may have single blooms or pom-pom-shaped double blooms. An added bonus to the coneflower plants' cheerful look: the seeds housed in the center of coneflower plants attract songbirds, bees and butterflies to your garden. Plus, they make for a great cut-flower display. Coneflowers thrive in full sun, though they can tolerate some shade. They also prefer to root in loamy soil, though any well-drained and humus-rich soil will do.

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