Palespike Lobelia Picture

Showy tall spikes of 1/2 inch pale blue to white lipped flowers from June through August, basal rosette of leaves is semi-evergreen, pollinated by native bees, tolerant of rocky soil, attracts butterflies. A more delicate-looking cousin of Great Lobelia and Cardinal flower that is more tolerant of drier conditions. Somewhat short-lived for a perennial, so allow it to seed in.

Average To Moist
Sun To Part Shade
1-2 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3b-9a
Deer Resistant

Native Range: Labrador west through ME & s ON to e MT, south to e TX across to n GA. Rare in MT, TX, & DE

Germination - Moderately Difficult: Cold stratify 8 weeks, tiny seed, surface sow.

Palespike Lobelia in a 3.5 inch pot $15.25
Palespike Lobelia Seed Packet $5.00

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