Starry golden looking flowers cover the top of the thread leaf foliage that makes up this perennial. These small but beautiful flowers bloom in July and last until the first frost. Well drained soil is most desired and can tolerate drought.
This plant enjoys the hot, full sun. It grows in a mound formation with green, strappy foliage and sprouts up a bright, rosy purple flower that begins blooming in July and August. When this perennial is crushed or broken, it gives off an onion smell that can repel deer from it or the area.
All nursery stock is northern grown and hardy for our cold winters. Because they are potted, or balled & burlaped, they can be planted successfully in spring through fall. We are always looking to be on the leading edge of handling new and exciting varieties of plants and products, so be sure to call and ask for more information.