Mist Flower (Eupatorium coelestinum )

(aka Blue Bonnet, Wild Ageratum, Hardy Ageratum)
The Mistflower has a lot going for it. It is easy to grow, lasts long as a live or cut flower, and easily attracts bees, butterflies, and birds.

As a benefit to those concerned for the Earth, the Mistflower is a key plant in many natural habitat restoration projects.

The lovely blue blooms of the Mistflower gently spread out and reach like tendrils. When you plant Mistflower, you will be rewarded with bright color and easy growth in your butterfly garden.

Attracts: and more

Color(s): Lavender, purple flowers

Sun Exposure: Sun - partial shade

Soil: Drought-tolerant

Average Height: 2 ft. - 3 ft.

Average Spread: 2 ft. - 3 ft.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9

Note: Deer resistant

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Photo Credits:
Diane P. Brooks

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