Bright, rosy lavender flower wands open from top to bottom in early summer, appearing to glow at the tips. Narrow, opposite leaves are up to 10 inches long at the base of the plant and decrease in length up the stems.
Very good for cutting and adds a bright, vertical element to bouquets.
Flowers from August and September.into Autumn
Loved by Bees and Butterflies
Native to North America.
Common name(s): Button snakewort, Kansas gay feather, Blazing Star