The large, exotic-looking, bright blue fringed flowers appear almost continuously from spring through fall. Plant this one at the front of the bed so its delicate, lacy flowers can be appreciated up close! Centaurea is commonly called Mountain Bluet or Mountain Cornflower, and it is rugged and hardy, growing in most soil types and climates. The vigorous clump-forming plant has silvery-green foliage and stems that are slightly hairy. The blooms are large, solitary, and fringed and are excellent for cutting.
Size (HT/W): 3′ / 3′
Exposure: Full Sun
Bloom Time(s): Spring thru Fall