A beautiful erect clump-forming plant which produces cascading pyramids of light periwinkle-blue star-shaped flowers from March-June. Leaves are vivid green and willow-like, creating a beautiful bushy effect which becomes still more dramatic in the fall when the whole plant takes on a beautiful yellow fall color. Enjoys loamy soil, clay, acid, and moist areas; sometimes found growing on gravel bars in streams. Primarily grows in the Ozarks, good rain garden plant.
Native Range: IN south to GA, west to TX excluding LA, and north to KS. Rare in KY, TN, GA, AL, MS, TX and KS
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