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Pale Purple Coneflower

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                             http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/science-and-innovation/science-publications-and-resources/resources/canadian-medicinal-crops/medicina    http://www.windowtowildlife.com/tag/pale-purple-coneflower/ 


Common Name:Pale Purple Coneflower

                Other Name: Pale Kansas Snake Root

                Scientific (Latin) name: Echinacea Pallida

                      Plant family: Asteraceae


              Where is it located-The Pale Purple Coneflower lives in dry areas. They are mostly found in  all of the USA. It is also found in Glades, Savannas,and Prairies in the central tall grass regions. This wonderful plant can be grown in almost anywhere. 



              Instructions on growing them- If you want to plant one of these plant, you must use very little water so it won't drowned. The Pale Purple Coneflower can only grow with 70 degree temp. or above weather. The cold weather makes these plants die forever. The Purple Coneflower need full sunlight. The Pale Purple Coneflower enjoys drained sandy soil. The Purple Coneflower grows best in dry to average soil. May take 3 years to grow after seedling. The Purple Coneflower blooms in June and July. Always remember to give the flower water every other day (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday). 

              Facts- The Pale Purple Coneflower can be grown for medicine. The Pale Purple Coneflower is used for comercial medical reasons. The Pale Purple Coneflower used to fill the USA , but almost died of because of settlers. The Pale Purple Coneflower has very strong tap roots. The leafs are 4 times longer than wider. 

             Threats- Pesticides, humans, animals, and floods.  


       There are many ways we can help the prairie. One way we can protect the prairie is to prevent prairie fires and stop litter in prairies. 












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Comments (18)

icamarillo said

at 8:56 am on Jan 17, 2014

what happened to the other websites

icamarillo said

at 9:03 am on Jan 17, 2014

we need 2 more website names because we have 5 pics

icamarillo said

at 9:14 am on Jan 17, 2014

what does comercial medical reasons MEAN

dogg said

at 7:25 am on Jan 22, 2014

they use it to advertise medicine

dogg said

at 7:48 am on Jan 22, 2014

we accidently deleted your photo once.

icamarillo said

at 8:41 am on Jan 22, 2014

that is alright

Bjordan said

at 9:34 am on Jan 22, 2014

how do you move the pictures? and how wide do the stems get?

icamarillo said

at 9:18 am on Jan 24, 2014

oh u press the left button,center button, or the right button

icamarillo said

at 9:19 am on Jan 24, 2014

should we delete the sentence "it looks like a purple coneflower

icamarillo said

at 9:27 am on Jan 24, 2014

we should review some of the sentences because a lot of them are the same

Bjordan said

at 9:36 am on Jan 29, 2014

should i delete some sentences?

icamarillo said

at 8:58 am on Jan 30, 2014

I Do not know ask Dogg (Derek)

icamarillo said

at 9:00 am on Jan 30, 2014

We should stop putting ictures because we have a lot

icamarillo said

at 9:20 am on Jan 30, 2014

hey do you guys think we are done?

Bjordan said

at 9:49 am on Jan 30, 2014


Wclark said

at 10:01 am on Jan 30, 2014

you guys did good

icamarillo said

at 9:08 am on Feb 11, 2014

do you guys like what we changed the website

icamarillo said

at 9:09 am on Feb 11, 2014

i meant to say how we did it

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