Published on June 9, 2012 by Casey
Cool gray-blue foliage and strong upright stems make ‘Prairie Blues’ an excellent choice for massing in native gardens. The stems and foliage are perfect for bird nesting and cover while the seeds are enjoyed by many local song birds in the fall and winter. Striking rosy orange fall color.
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Prairies, fields, open woodlands and roadsides from New Brunswick to Alberta south to Arizona and Florida.
Pollinators such as butterflies brush against reproductive parts of plants moving pollen from one flower to another. This crucial act results in fertilization and seed set assuring food for birds and insects and future generations of plants.
• Late Summer
• Deer Resistant
• Erosion control
• Cut or dried flower
• Mass plant
• Drought tolerant