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Amsonia hubrichtii autumn foliage

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Annie Thornton added this to Great Design Plant: Hubricht's Bluestar
The foliage becomes a radiant gold in fall, making it considered one of the finest Bluestars.

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Cindy Keen added this to Garden Ideas
September 24, 2014
Botanical name: Amsonia hubrichtii Common names: Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hubricht’s Amsonia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Medium Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 2 to 3 feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Flowers attract butterflies; deer tolerant Seasonal interest: Blooms spring through summer; autumn foliage When to plant: Plant seeds in spring or fall; divide in spring
Shelby Matula added this to Plant Types
May 8, 2014
Botanical name: Amsonia hubrichtii Common names: Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hubricht’s Amsonia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Medium Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 2 to 3 feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Flowers attract butterflies; deer tolerant Seasonal interest: Blooms spring through summer; autumn foliage When to plant: Plant seeds in spring or fall; divide in spring After it flowers, cut the plant back several inches to keep stems upright and to maintain an attractive overall shape. There are no serious pest or insect problems associated with Bluestar, but it can be susceptible to rust. Discard infested foliage immediately, before it can contaminate other plants.
HomeLife Designs added this to Northstar Landscaping Inspirations
July 26, 2013
Pool Plant. Bluestar’s bright, feathery foliage is a voluminous and bushy presence in the garden. It is an upright clumping plant that becomes showier and more attractive with age. Petite sky-blue flowers arrive in late spring and summer, topping the narrow evergreen foliage. Attractive and ornamental seedheads follow. Bluestar’s bright green foliage shines in the landscape throughout the summer, creating a cooling atmosphere as its willow-like foliage blows in the breeze.
The Outdoor Room, LLC added this to SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES
March 19, 2013
Amsonia hubrechtii
insidious added this to insidious's ideas
December 19, 2012
bluestar colors
shopperjanny added this to fences
September 5, 2012
3 seasons of color
nitaplan added this to south patio
July 16, 2012
bluestar fall
Interiors By Beverly added this to beverly00's ideas
July 2, 2012
Fall foliage
skinetics added this to skinetics's ideas
July 1, 2012
garden Bluestar
judith195 added this to Judith195s Garden Ideas
June 27, 2012
The foliage becomes a radiant gold in fall, making it considered one of the finest Bluestars.
catharipbh added this to catharipbh's ideas
June 27, 2012
colors
mkh415 added this to mkh415's ideas
June 27, 2012
Color
Stacey added this to staceybob's ideas
June 27, 2012
Hubricht's Bluestar USDA zones 4 to 9 Water: Medium Light: Full sun to partial shade Flowers attract butterflies Plant seeds in spring or fall
Karen May added this to Plants and Planting Beds
June 27, 2012
Bluestar in Fall
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