Prized for its fluffy, pristine white flower spikes, Liatris Spicata is a compact perennial of great ornamental value. Flowering in succession from top to bottom over 4 weeks or more, the tufted flower heads contrast nicely with the finely textured, grassy foliage. Attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, this beautiful native American species enjoys a long season of interest from mid to late summer and supplies winter bird food. The narrow, opposite leaves stay attractive all summer and turn a rich bronze in fall. Easy to grow and care for, Listris Spicata adds a strong vertical accent to sunny borders. It helps create outstanding combinantions with the warm golds of rudbeckia and the blossoms of echinacea.

Grow in full sun, in moist but well drained soil. Deer and rabbit resistant. grows to heights of 3 feet with a spread of 2 feet. Makes a wonderful cut flower for fresh bouquets and dried arrangements. Ideal for beds and borders, informal and cottage style gardens.

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