Amsonia features long leaves all the way up stems and produces pale blue flowers in spring and summer then displays vibrant golden yellow fall color. These plants are wonderful additions to woodland and native gardens. Although it can take a few years to get established, it is an easy care plant once established. Some Amsonia is native to central U.S. Amsonia Hubrichtii (Arkansas Blue Star) is native to Arkansas and features delicate, willow-like leaves.

  • Sun to Part Sun
  • Requires well drained soils
  • Somewhat drought tolerant once established
  • Deer resistant
  • Pale blue blooms in spring and summer, specific bloom time varies with variety
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