Common name: Blue star
In spring vivid sky blue star-shaped flowers cover the plant and continue for weeks.
The flowers are one of the brightest blues out there.
After flowering, the leaves are bright green with olive stems.
The lush green foliage turns a bright yellow in fall.
Great for borders and mass plantings.
To maintain a more compact fuller shape, cut back the stems 6-8" after flowering.
Deer resistant. Native to North America.
Exposure: Full sun to part shade
Photos credit & courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.