Open spikes of 1" lavender-blue flowers from April through June (with scattered flowers for the rest of the summer), unusual shaped leaves up to 8" long are mostly basal & often have attractive darkened areas along the main veins, attracts hummingbirds, spreads by seed, likes sandy soil, clay tolerant, semi-evergreen.
Plant Hardiness Zones: 5a-10b
Native Range: sw. CT & se. NY, south to FL, west to TX, OK, MO, IL & IN. Rare in NY
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