An unusual form of Echinacea, this herbaceous perennial produces flowers with light green petals and a darker green cone centre. It has an upright habit, growing to about 60cm in height with amore compact spread of 40cm. The flowers are very attractive to butterflies and other pollinators. Flowers emerge from late June/July and continue into the autumn. The old flowers/seed heads can provide some architectural interest during the winter months, and so can be left to be cut back in mid February or thereabouts. It requires a full sun position with well drained soil.