Satisfy Mooodz Echinacea Plants

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General Info Wildlife Value
Shade Full Sun
Area Coastal Areas, Exposed Windy Areas, Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained, Acidic, Alkaline/Chalky, Poor/Dry
Colour Pink (Light), Pink (Medium)
Flowering Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Echinacea Mooodz Satisfy

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Echinacea Mooodz 'Satisfy' Coneflower Plants. 2 Litre Pots

Good-sized sophisticatedly two-tone salmon-pink flowers with open, daisy-like petals around a large bristling cone-shaped centre. Compact, bushy stems over a lush bed of dark green leaves, very similar to 'Sympathy'. To 50cm. Indeed, most satisfying to bring some oomph to a late-summer border. Good for cutting.

Browse our other echinacea varieties, or all of our perennial plants.


  • Large, salmon-pink flowers
  • Blooms July - October
  • Height x Spread: 50cm x 50cm
  • Low maintenance
  • Wind & salt resistant
  • Likes poor dry soils in full sun
  • RHS Plants for Pollinators
  • Delivered in 2-Litre pots

Growing Mooodz Echinaceas

These hardy, drought-tolerant perennials thrive on poor, sandy soils, and tolerate coastal winds. They like a lot of sun in order to flower. Wet conditions over winter may cause them to rot.

Do not divide their clumps if you don't need to, and when you do, move the biggest chunks you can manage without splitting them up further.

In Your Garden Design

Echinacea are an increasingly popular plant for a late-summer border, and this is a glowing variety that should withstand strong winds. It is best to grow at the front of the border, so it can take the most advantage of the sun and not be overwhelmed by other plants (being of compact stature). Team with soft grasses and other late sun-lovers, such as salvias and rudbeckia, for a glowing prairie look that will take you from late summer right into autumn. You will also be very popular with the bees. For a more classic cottage garden look combine with a pale agastache, dahlias such as Break Out and Cosmos Double Click Snow Puff. No cottage garden is complete without a rose: try a Rosa English Miss. Also partner with lupin masterpiece and delphiniums.

Did You Know?

A member of the Asteraceae family, although the Mooodz series was grown in Holland, Echinaceas are native to North America and were used by the Native Americans as a traditional medicine. The white settlers took onboard its healing properties and, by the beginning of the 20th century, it was the most widely used plant preparation in the USA. These days, it is used to prevent and mitigate the symptoms of a cold and infections of the airways.

The name echinacea derives from the Greek for "spiny one" .

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
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