A beauty with benefits! The large, purple blooms of coneflower look lovely in beds and bouquets, plus they attract pollinators. Companion plant coneflowers among vegetables and watch the bees and butterflies arrive to help pollinate your crops! Coneflowers even attract beneficial predatory insects that control pests, like aphids and tomato hornworms. Plus, you�ve probably heard of the health benefits of�Echinacea�the Latin name for coneflowers�in boosting immunity. Enjoy a cup of homegrown tea while you watch the butterflies and bees flock to your coneflowers.