Common Bluets Bluet flowers

Common Bluets

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Common Bluets 

Plant at time of shipment - Bulb

Climate Zone: 3 to 8

Mature Height: 0.3 to 0.5 Feet

Mature Width: 0.5 to 1 Feet

Sunlight: Prefers Partial Sun to Partial Shade

Soil Conditions: Prefers Moist Well-drained Sandy Loam

Botanical Name: Houstonia purpurea

 Common Bluets will make a lovely garden and a natural area. These are beautiful flowers and are so easy to grow in all gardens. They will give plenty of small blue flowers that can be enjoyed and will appear to be in clusters when they are in bloom. These perennials will grow to be around a half foot tall and can spread to cover an area as large as one foot. These lovely flowers will thrive and do high in partially shaded areas and areas also that provide partial sunlight. They will love it when their soils are moist and well drained. These lovely flowers can be seen growing wild, and there is one called the Roan Mountain Bluet that is considered to be an endangered species. They are found growing in the Appalachian Mountains and are beautiful when in bloom.

 Common Bluets are unusual because they will add life and bring lots of colors to gardens and will look amazing in other areas, as well.

These tiny plants will also do great in containers and placed on porches or decks as long as they have the proper sunlight and the soil conditions are high for them. The super flowers are lovely and can be found a lot in the Easter part of the United States. They will do well in climate zones three to 8. They will also work great to create a beautiful groundcover in extensive gardens and natural areas. They will be fantastic and bright when they are in bloom and people will envy gardens when they are in bloom. There are many kinds of this plant available, and they are all gorgeous and fabulous when they are in bloom. These plants do not take much care or maintenance to get established.

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    Common Bluets 

    Plant at time of shipment - Bulb

    Climate Zone: 3 to 8

    Mature Height: 0.3 to 0.5 Feet

    Mature Width: 0.5 to 1 Feet

    Sunlight: Prefers Partial Sun to Partial Shade

    Soil Conditions: Prefers Moist Well-drained Sandy Loam

    Botanical Name: Houstonia purpurea

     Common Bluets will make a lovely garden and a natural area. These are beautiful flowers and are so easy to grow in all gardens. They will give plenty of small blue flowers that can be enjoyed and will appear to be in clusters when they are in bloom. These perennials will grow to be around a half foot tall and can spread to cover an area as large as one foot. These lovely flowers will thrive and do high in partially shaded areas and areas also that provide partial sunlight. They will love it when their soils are moist and well drained. These lovely flowers can be seen growing wild, and there is one called the Roan Mountain Bluet that is considered to be an endangered species. They are found growing in the Appalachian Mountains and are beautiful when in bloom.

     Common Bluets are unusual because they will add life and bring lots of colors to gardens and will look amazing in other areas, as well.

    These tiny plants will also do great in containers and placed on porches or decks as long as they have the proper sunlight and the soil conditions are high for them. The super flowers are lovely and can be found a lot in the Easter part of the United States. They will do well in climate zones three to 8. They will also work great to create a beautiful groundcover in extensive gardens and natural areas. They will be fantastic and bright when they are in bloom and people will envy gardens when they are in bloom. There are many kinds of this plant available, and they are all gorgeous and fabulous when they are in bloom. These plants do not take much care or maintenance to get established.

    Common Bluets Ship Bare Root

     

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