Butterfly Attracting Blooms June through September
The Liatris ‘Kobold Gayfeather’, Liatris spicata, has tall, lilac-rose spike-shaped flowers with a fluffy appearance and dark green foliage. With its lovely color and strong vertical effect, it provides an interesting architectural dimension. ‘Kobold Gayfeather’ is well worth giving a spot in the garden!
These unique flowers open from the top down and bloom from June to September. It is a major butterfly and bee magnet.
Liatris ‘Kobold’ should be planted in full sun in a well-drained area. It does prefer a bit more moisture than most Liatris, but do not over water.
Liatris ‘Kobold’ looks great as a perennial background, with grasses or white blooming flowers such as Physostegia ‘Miss Manners’. Don’t forget to snip a few for floral arrangements indoors as well!
- Dark Green Foliage
- Attract Butterflies
- Thrives In Full Sun
- Rosy-Lilac Flower Spikes