Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
Monarchs attracted to liatris ligulistylis ( Meadow blazing star/ rocky mnt blazing star)
liatris ligulistylis -- Butterfly magnet. plant with milkweed for Monarchs
attracted to certain flowers — monarchs go especially nuts for blazing star, or Liatris ligulistylis. Finding out which flowers will work especially well for you
nectar plants. I quickly learned that of the 200-plus species in my garden, Liatris ligulistylis (shown) was monarch nirvana. Deep and tubular flowers attract
Botanical name: Liatris ligulistylisCommon names: Meadow blazingstar, Rocky Mountain blazingstar
wideBenefits and tolerances: Very low maintenance; unique blooms, unlike other Liatris species; ornamental seed heads in fall; butterfly magnetSeasonal interest:
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
Liatris ligulistylis, native to the Midwest.
Liatris spp. (Meadow, Meadow, or Rough Blazing Star)
Liatris for naturalizing. Nice tall shape.
Liatris, zones 3-8, 3-4 ft. Tall, July to Sept.
If you like butterflies, don't forget Liatris (Liatris spp, zones 3 to 8). There are many varieties that come in different
Botanical name: Liatris sppCommon name: Blazingstar; Meadow, Prairie or Rough BlazingstarUSDA zones: 3 to 8, except L. ligulistylis, which is 3 to 6 (find
bees by the dozens; adaptable.Seasonal interest: Planting all of the above Liatris species provides flowers from early July to late September (in zone 5);
to late fall; mulch well in late fall to prevent frost heave.Shown here: Liatris ligulistylis is a Monarch butterfly magnet. It blooms in August for one
Liatris grows in zones 3 to 8
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
I was wrong ...it is Liatris like was said above.
white liatris, Agastach 'black adder' and echinacea.
white larkspur or liatris, agastache black adder (purple flowers), For colour try yellow nasturtiums
Liatris and the vertical mix...liatris, marguerites, rudbeckies
Missouri Botanical Garden
Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder blazing star / Liatris aspera
monarch-attracting cousin Liatris ligulistylis, zones 3 to 6.
Tall blazing star (Liatris aspera, zones 3 to 8) is
cting cousin Liatris ligulistylis, zones 3 to 6.
Tall blazing star (Liatris aspera, zones
racting cousin Liatris ligulistylis, zones 3 to 6.
Tall blazing star (Liatris aspera, zones 3 to 8)
Tall blazing star (Liatris aspera, zones 3
Tall blazing star (Liatris aspera, zones 3 to 8) is a late-summer to early-fall bloomer that's about 1 foot wide and 3 to 4 feet tall. It grows in dry
perennial that brings in butterflies just like its monarch-attracting cousin Liatris ligulistylis, zones 3 to 6.
Tall Blazing Star. Liatris aspera. 3'
Natural Landscape Group, Inc.
A Gardener's Paradise
kobold liatris...Liatris and Sedum together.
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
Daylily, Showy Stonecrop, Spring bulb mix, Hakone Grass, Painted Fern, White Liatris, Walker's Low Catmint and others. There are overlapping lines or mixed
Daylily, Showy Stonecrop, Spring bulb mix, Hakone Grass, Painted Fern, White Liatris, Walker's Low Catmint and others. There are overlapping lines or mixed fields
Spaulding Landscape Architects, LLC
Liatris, coneflowers and daisies
Gardens by Gabriel
Earth, Water & Fire
more traditional garden design. Toss in some coneflowers, blue sage or liatris (Liatris aspera) for a few pops of blooming color from early summer to midautumn