Soil: Xeric (Dry)
Sun: Full Sun – Shade
Bloom Color: Light Pink
Bloom Season: June
Suggested Uses: Longleaf Bluet is a finely textured plant with abundant dainty light pink flowers grows on sandy, gravelly and rocky soils in a variety of sun exposures. Nice for a rock garden setting.
Native Range: Native to the eastern half of the contiguous U.S. Native to Minnesota.
Pollinators: Small native bees.
Flowers: It has dainty flowers that are tubular in shape and grow in clusters. Each has 4 petal lobes and 4 stamens.
Leaves: Stem leaves are small, narrow and linear. Leaf attachment is opposite. Stems have 4 sides.
Other Names: Long-leaf Summer Bluet, Pale Bluet
More information: USDA plant profile