Liatris Seeds - Diane's Flower Seeds
Liatris punctata
(Dotted Blazing Star)

50 seeds   $2.25
Liatris punctata is a relatively short species with compact spikes of purple flowers that bloom in late summer to fall. It fits well into small gardens, combining beautifully with other perennials and wildflowers.

Liatris punctata attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Also known as Spotted Gayfeather. Hardy in zones 3-9. 

height 24"


Liatris punctata
Liatris Seeds

Liatris, also known as Blazing Star or Gayfeather, is a perennial wildflower with tall spikes of purple flowers in late summer to fall.

Sowing Liatris Seeds

Start liatris seeds indoors in winter. Barely the seeds cover with soil, then refrigerate for 8 weeks. Full sun to part shade. Spacing 15".

Liatris spicata
Liatris spicata
(Dense Blazing Star)

100 seeds   $2.25             
Liatris spicata is a native prairie wildflower. The tall spikes of purple flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies, and the ripening seeds attract birds. It's a host plant for Painted Lady and Silvery Checkerspot butterfly larvae.

Liatris spicata is equally at home in wildflower gardens or formal borders. It blooms in midsummer, making it a great companion plant for echinacea, gaillardia, rudbeckia and ornamental grasses.

Liatris spicata is adaptable to a wide range of climates and conditions. Hardy in zones 3-10.

height 36"


Liatris pycnostachya
Liatris pycnostachya
(Prairie Blazing Star)

100 seeds   $2.25
Liatris pycnostachya has very tall, dense spikes of purple flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies in late summer. It looks like an exclamation point in the middle of the perennial border or wildflower garden.

Liatris pycnostachya is a drought-tolerant, native perennial. It's popular for prairie gardens and restoration projects. It makes a terrific cut flower.

Also known as Kansas Gayfeather. Hardy in zones 3-9. 

height 42"


Liatris ligulistylis
Liatris ligulistylis
(Meadow Blazing Star)

50 seeds   $2.25
Liatris ligulistylis is wonderful for attracting butterflies, especially Monarchs. Birds feast on the ripening seeds in the fall.

Liatris ligulistylis can grow up to 5 feet tall, so you may need to stake it in the garden, especially if your soil is rich or moist.

Drought tolerant and deer resistant. Hardy in zones 3-9. 

height 4-5' 

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