Liatris punctata

Liatris punctata


Dotted Blazing Star Category:


Soil: Xeric(Dry)
Sun: Full to Part
Height: 1′-2′
Color: Pink
Bloom: July-September
Flowers: The flower heads in a long cluster along short stems. There are usually 8 flowers in each flower head.
Leaves: The leaves are very narrow.

Suggested Uses:

This flower is native to the upland prairie and is grows well in sandy or gravelly soil. Its low growth habit makes it a nice choice for a rock garden. It is attractive to both birds and butterflies!

Interesting Facts:

Medicinal Uses:
Food Uses:
Other Uses:  Is an excellent cut flower and is good for container gardens.
More Information: Attracts bees and butterflies
Name: Punctata means dotted and refers to the tiny dots on the leaves.
Other Name: Dotted Gayfeather

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

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