Erigeron glaucus ‘Bountiful’

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USDA Hardiness zone: Zn6b 0º to -5ºF

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Such a long, long, blooming tough and dependable native this forgiving perennial outshine all other cultivars in the  size of each flower. The many rows of glowing lavender petals that characterize this fabulous perennial outline nearly 2″ wide flowers. They begin in earnest in late May and proceed unabated until early autumn. If the flowers become tired or scorched simply cut it back and wham! You’re quickly back in business. Adaptable to many soil types and will subsist on only natural rainfall but occasional deep soaks in summer reaps rewards. To 10″ tall forming around round perennial to 18″ wide. Full sun,  to very light shade. Pollinator masterpiece. Oregon native plant. 

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