Liatris spicata


This perennial plant produces long-lasting spikes of deep magenta bottle-brush flowers in contrast with strappy green leaves. It’s perfect for adding late-summer colour to a flower bed and makes an excellent cut flower. It’s extremely attractive to bees and butterflies. It is a tall clump-forming plant.

Position:  Sun/  partial shade

Soil:  Well-drained fertile soil

Flowers:  August, September

Hardiness:   hardy

Height: 90 cm X 30cm (36” x 1ft)

Time to full growth:2 to 5 years

Attracts  Bees, Butterflies, Moths, Beneficial Insects

Slug Resistant – Yes

Pot Size: 2L

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