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Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug
Herb, Herbaceous Perennial, Native Plant, Perennial, Wildflower
Individual star-shaped flowers have 5 blue petals and are borne in loose terminal panicles. Blooms in April., Flowers 1 inch
Seeds are born in narrow, erect follicles that dry and split open as the fruit matures. Appear in pairs.
Fringed bluestar is a long-lived perennial grown for its handsome foliage and spring flowers. The multi-stemmed clumps, to 3 ft. tall, are crowded with smooth, narrow, light-green leaves giving the plant a fine-textured, delicate appearance. Steel-blue, tubular flowers, the rim flaring to a star-shape, appear in loosely conjested clusters at the tips of the stems. The thin seedpods and golden fall foliage are additional attributes.