Anyone who has once seen the bright blue clusters of these hanging blooms cannot forget them. As a spring ephemeral, which gets its sun before the trees leaf out, it blooms in April/May and dies back in June. Growing 1-2’, the plant is an important early nectar source, attracting butterflies, pollinators, and hummingbirds.
Part shade to shade, moist well drained soil; deer resistant
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