Blue Mistflower – New For 2024

Conoclinium coelestinum

Also known as Wild Ageratum, Mistflower is native to the east and southeastern United States. In northern areas, Mistlfower can be late to emerge in the spring – as late as June, in partial shade. Covered with fuzzy tufts of blue-violet flowers for at least five weeks from late summer until frost. Mistflower spreads to form a dense ground cover, or large patch, in partially shaded settings with moist, well-drained soils. It also does well in full sun, given adequate moisture.

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Product Description

Sun Exposure:
Full Sun/Pt Shade

Flower Color:
Purple

Height:
12-24 Inches

Width:
12-24 Inches

Characteristics:
* Native To North America
* Deer Resistant
* Attracts Pollinators

Soil:
Moist, Well-Drained

Zone:
5-9
Perennial In Ohio