|A late season score: I found these gems in a compost pile out for pick-up in my 'hood: rejects of Echinacea. My eye caught them before curb collection. Nine plants in total.
|Be sure to examine all the leaves and the roots to find any issues; disease or possible rot. Discard if so.
|This is the hint: even though there are a bunch of tiny plants, instead of planting them separately and having to wait ages until they bulk up - group them instead. Here I've clustered the separate plants together, making two groupings.
|Dig a large enough hole and place all the divisions together, making sure you don't squish them, allowing just enough space for adequate root growth.
You can do this as well with the self seeded "plant-lets' that are generally around Echinacea in the garden. A great idea to pot them up as gifts for a friend. This method will allow for less wait time for the plant to establish and plentiful flowers for next summer.