Gracefully nodding 2" heads of bell-shaped rose-pink 1/4" flowers from July through early September, long (1 to 1.5') almost grass-like blue-green leaves, an outstanding ornamental, attracts butterflies & hummingbirds, interesting cut flower, native to well-drained open woodlands, prairies, meadows & rocky (even gravelly) outcrops, drought tolerant.
Native Range: NY to BC & south to GA, TN, MO, TX, & AZ. Rare in AZ, IA, MN & NY
Germination - Easy: Plant outdoors in winter or Cold Stratify 8 weeks
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