Blue mistflower produces masses of whispy blue flowers from late summer to early fall. This interesting and prolific bloomer is a great pollinator plant, attracting bees and butterflies to the garden.
Blue mistflower grows well in moist, rich soil, though it will tolerate partly dry soil. It take sun or partial shade. This plant is rarely damaged by deer browsing.
Blue mistflower would make a great plant around a pond border or rain garden. The plant will self-seed and can be divided in the spring.
Conoclinium coelestinum - Blue Mistflower
-Blue whispy flowers
- Flowers late summer to early fall
- Provides food for pollinators
- Deer resistant
- Height: 1 to 3 feet tall
- Zone: 4 to 9