This species is typically found in open woodland and forest edges. Interesting lavender flowers dangle from thin stems and bloom over a long period. Very attractive to bees and bumblebees. (Mother plants from Benton County)
- Height- 18”-24”
- Width- 12”-18”
- Water: moist to dry
- Sun: full sun to partial shade
- Bloom time: June
- Direct sowing: best sown in fall. Seed need exposure to 3 months of winter temperatures before they will germinate in early spring. Seeds are tiny and should be surface sown.
- Growing transplants: Seeds are dormant and require 90 days of cold moist stratification before they will germinate.