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Conoclinium coelestinum Seeds - Blue Mist Flower

Conoclinium coelestinum Seeds - Blue Mist Flower


The Blue Mist Flower (Conoclinium coelestinum) is native to the Eastern United States. It is a short lived perennial. It grows to approximately 1-2 feet tall and wide.


This plant prefers partial to full sun and thrives in moist soil, with good drainage. It has moderate salt tolerance, and high drought tolerance. The soil pH should be between 5.5 and 7.0.


The Blue Mist Flower has small, light blue flowers during the summer months.


It attracts a variety of wildlife, such as butterflies and bees, and provides them with nectar and pollen. It's a nectar plant for obscure skipper (Panoquina panoquinoides), salt marsh skipper (Panoquina panoquin), southern broken-dash (Wallengrenia otho), three-spotted skipper (Cymaenes tripunctus) and other butterflies. 


The Blue Mist Flower can be propagated by seed, and the seeds should be stored in a cool and dry place for up to 2 years. The seed germination requirements are warm, moist soil and light.


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    **NOTE: We only ship 3.5" to 1/2 gallon size pots. If you select a larger size, your order will not be shipped. 

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