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Perennial plants are some of the most common plants in today's garden world.

Perennial plants grow during the warmer seasons but die in the winter except for the seeds.

These perennials are beautiful things. These plants can be placed for one year and will grow great for many years to come. That makes them a hit among many growers. Perennials are typically grown from seeds like bulbs. These plants will grow when warm enough, sprouting new growths with beautiful features. Once the fall comes, they die and go dormant again till the following spring. S what kinds of perennial plants are there?

There are many different kinds of perennial plants. The most common perennial plants used in decoration are small flowering plants that fill small spaces with bright colors. These are some of the most common plants used in flower beds. The perennial plants also include gardening plants that will regrow year after year. There are multiple perennials, not just flowering plants or garden plants, but also vines, ground covers, and herbs. These will spice up the looks of your home or garden area.

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6 Pack - Gayfeather Liatris - TN Nursery

6 Pack - Gayfeather Liatris

Gayfeather Liatris plants typically produce tall spikes of purple or white flowers that bloom from top to bottom. These flowers are densely packed along the spike, creating a striking visual display in gardens and natural landscapes. Sold In 6 Pack Cell Trays If you're looking for a unique flowering plant that will add depth and height to your gardens, gayfeather liatris may help you fulfill your landscaping dreams. It is also known as dense blazing star and button snakeroot. To botanists, it's known as Spicata. It is native to eastern North America, where it can be found growing next to tall grasses and wildflowers. It is part of the aster family and one of 40 plant species. Gayfeather Liatris Characteristics It can grow to a height of up to four feet and a width of up to one foot. It spouts long, cone—or brush-shaped pink to purple blooms that blossom from summer to late fall and make excellent cuttings for bouquets. The plant's leaves average 16 inches in length and resemble grass or feathers. Gardeners will especially enjoy the leaves throughout the fall because they tend to keep their color and shape late into the season. Add Vertical Accents with Gayfeather Liatris It is prized for its ability to add vertical accents to gardens. This wildflower looks best in front of other perennials and ornamental grasses, where it can add color and height. Gardeners may also prefer to use it along the borders of their property or to add visual interest to the edges of sidewalks and driveways. If you love bird or butterfly watching, this flowering perennial would make a great addition to your yard. It attracts birds, butterflies, bumble bees, and honey bees. It's beautiful to monarch butterflies, silver-spotted skippers, and painted ladies. Hummingbirds have even been known to frequent dense blazing stars because they produce a lot of nectar. Best Gardens to Plant Gayfeather Liatris Dense Gayfeather Liatris can be found naturally in meadows and prairies throughout eastern North America. Gardeners can enjoy planting it in cottage, English, butterfly, and even rain gardens. They pair well with beardtongue, beebalm, blue fescue, common Bluestar, and false blue indigo. It makes a beautiful addition to many different types of flower and butterfly gardens. It's also perfect for planting in areas that are being rewilded, naturalized, or xeriscaped.

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