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Indeed, a few bees were buzzing around coneflowers, calamintha and echinacea plants as the gardens were dedicated.
To rebalance the gut and boost the immune system, Close recommends the Naturopathica Cold Care Elixir (available at Naturopathica Chelsea) made with probiotic kombucha and echinacea to help reduce the duration and severity of a cold.
Photos of the piece survive on social media, of course, as most things now do — a cascade of orchids and echinacea, nature sculpted into a gloriously unnatural state — but even the images are haunted by the specter of wilt
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More than 100 hosta varieties, as well as everything from zinnias to peonies and aloe vera to echinacea.
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Origin and Etymology of echinacea
First Known Use: circa 1859See Words from the same year
medical Definition of echinacea
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