Perennial plant that is a Dicot or easier said a bean. Native from Southern Canada to New Mexico. Likes full sun, dry to medium moisture soils. Does well in poor, sandy, somewhat dry soils. Typically occurs in open woodlands, glades and prairies. Featuring slender, dense, spike like clusters of tiny, bluish-purple flower with gold anthers. No particularly outstanding landscape features, good pant for naturalizing in a native or wildflower garden, prairie or meadow.
|Grow Height||Bloom Period||Growing Regions||Planting Rate |
|2-3'||July -September||all||6 PLS||Blue, Purple|
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