The Blazing Star is a beautiful perennial flower spikes with features and very decorative.
Also called pen of kansas, this plant brightens massive and attract butterflies to the garden!
In short, that’you should know:
Name : Liatris spicata
Family : Asteraceae
Type Flower, Perennial
Height : 0.5 to 1 m
Exposure : Sunlight
Ground : Ordinary
Foliage : Deciduous
Flowering : June to September
Planting of the Blazing Star:
Planting s’run either in the spring or the’autumn.
- The Blazing Star prefers sunny situations
- She loves rather moist, well-drained soil
- Maintain a distance’approximately 40 cm between each foot
- Multiplication division of the tuft early spring every 2 or 3 years
For a beautiful decorative effect, it is interesting to plant about 5 feet per m2.
Size, maintaining the Blazing Star:
The Blazing Star is an easy plant to’maintenance, relatively strong and which therefore requires very little care.
Here are a few things you can do:
- Delete the ears when’they are wilted.
- Fold the shorter after flowering.
Namely the Blazing Star:
Lovely perennial that’also known as Kansas Plume, this plant offers beautiful flower spikes ranging in color from white to purple and through pink depending on species.
- Maintenance is very easy and s’Fits virtually all types of soil.
You l’install in massive perennial and rather in the background, because its stems can mount up’1 m and have the great advantage of’attract butterflies in your garden.
Finally, their flowers in spikes are often used as cut flowers for the composition of floral bouquets.
Malignant Council about the Blazing Star:
It is best to keep the soil cool’summer. For this n’Feel free to try mulching.