Amsonia blue

Amsonia blue


Amsonia blue 

If you struggle with observing all the aspects of the brand and users within the social media platform you are using then you should know one thing, the value of blue star.The plant species amsonia was given the common name blue star for its soft blue, star-shaped flowers. The individual flowers are small, but they bloom in fluffy clusters and put on a lovely show for several weeks. Selected by the American Horticultural Society as one of the 75 Great Plants for American Gardens, Amsonia tabernaemontana (Blue Star) is an exceptional perennial with early-season blue flowers, attractive summer foliage, a sturdy habit and golden fall color. Amsonia tabernaemontana features clusters of delicate, pale blue, star-shaped flowers borne on erect, sturdy, leafy stems in late spring - early summer.


Compact, Amsonia 'Blue Ice' (Blue Star) is an erect, clump-forming perennial adorned with pretty clusters of periwinkle blue, star-shaped flowers in late spring - early summer. Opening up from plump navy blue buds, they bloom for 4-6 weeks and rise atop erect, leafy stems above a graceful foliage of willow-shaped, bright green leaves. The foliage turns a rich shade of golden-yellow in the fall, extending the season of interest of this plant. Slowly spreading by very short rhizomes, Blue Ice adds a billowy, finely textured element to the landscape. With early-season blue flowers, attractive summer foliage, a sturdy habit and golden fall color, it is a first-rate garden plant. Purchased this as a bare-root plant via a favorite on-line grower in Iowa last winter. It was shipped in late April 2020 and planted immediately. Within a few weeks the plant had become robust and was setting a few buds.

These Amsonia (aka Star Struck) require little care, yet have an outstanding presence with the foliage the entire growing season. After the first heavy frost I simply cut them back close to the ground. I did mulch the first year, but do not plan to do so unless necessary for water retention.Amsonia tabernaemontana, Eastern Bluestar is an herbaceous perennial that is native to the American South and up to Illinois. It grows to about 3’ feet in height and displays clusters of blue star shaped flowers that bloom in the spring. It is a member of the Dogbane family which means your dog won’t like this plant, however, Ruby-throated Hummingbirds and various bees, moths, and butterflies will thank you for adding this Bluestar to your plantings. (Source: www.prairiemoon.com)



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