Laurentia axillaris
'Blue Star'

Laurentia axillaris 'Blue Stars'Laurentia axillaris 'Blue Stars'

I love to plant frothy, long-blooming ‘Blue Star’ in Spring so to keep the edges of my bed pretty after the Spring bloomers have faded. Lovely, lavender-blue stars burst out from top to bottom like fireworks from pretty green ferny foliage. As it grows, it’ll spill over & soften the edge of a path or rock wall. Absolutely perfect for containers (5 gal+) or hanging baskets! Planted in Summer for Fall bloom & in Fall for Spring. The first round of flowers last almost 2 months, then just cut back for a second go-round! 12”x12”. Rich soil. Self-sows!

Laurentia axillaris 'Blue Stars'Laurentia axillaris 'Blue Stars'

Annie

Sun/Pt.Sun 
Avg. Water

Perennial
USDA Zones 9-10,
Annual Elsewhere

Annie's Annuals