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Catananche caer. ‘Amor Blue’

Cupid's Dart
Scientific NameCatananche caer. ‘Amor Blue’
Common NameCupid’s Dart
FamilyAsteraceae
HabitHerbaceous perennial. Grows in clumps. Medium growth rate.
Growth FormPlants form a low clump of narrow grey-green leaves,
the flowers appearing on upright stems in summer.
Mature SizeHeight: 18-27″ Width: Spreading 10-12″
FlowersSmall, papery, bright blue dandelion-shaped blossoms.
Excellent for cutting, fresh, or dried.
HardinessZones 4-9
Sun RequirementsFull Sun
Water RequirementsMedium. Drought tolerant.
Soil RequirementsNormal or sandy. pH: Neutral, or alkaline, or acid. Well drained.
Other InfoAttracts Butterflies
Additional PhotosCupid's Dart