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GAYFEATHER SEEDS a.k.a. Blazing Star

Liatris spicata

Are you gardening in a hot and/or humid climate? Or perhaps your garden is rich only in poor soil? Can your winter temperatures drop to a chilly -40° F.? Not to worry, neither heat, humidity, poor soil, or severe winters can prevent Gayfeather plants from growing, flowering, and thriving.

Gayfeather plants are hardy perennials with narrow, grass-like leaves which launch radiant rockets of fluffy flowers from July to September. They attract countless of butterflies and provide long-lasting flair to fresh cut or dried flower arrangements.


'Floristan' series Gayfeather plants burst into bloom, presenting flashy summer flowers much to the delight of butterflies, hummingbirds and gardeners.


Gayfeather Seeds

'Floristan Violet' Gayfeather is a popular commercial cut flower variety easily adapted to home gardens. Its candles of violet-purple flowers mark the beginning and end of each summer. 'Floristan Violet' Gayfeather plants grow beautifully next to perennials with yellow or pink flowers, ornamental grasses, and plants with silvery leaves. Grows 3-4 feet tall.

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Floristan White gayfeather seeds - Garden Seeds - Perennial Seeds.

Gayfeather Seeds

'Floristan White Gayfeather, with its torches of creamy white flowers elevates summer cool into new heights. Grows 3-4 feet tall.

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Goblin gayfeather seeds - aka Kobold - Perennial Flower Seeds Gayfeather, Goblin Liatris - Perennial Flower Seeds PR01756

GOBLIN Gayfeather Seeds

Also known as 'Kobold,' this dwarf perennial flower delivers plenty of sass. Unapologetically showy, the 18-24 inch tall plants sport spikes of fuzzy, lilac purple flowers from July to September. They are long-lasting cut. 'Goblin Gayfeather is perfect for the front of borders and grows nicely with: 'Hidcote Superior' lavender, and 'Traffic Lights' Red Hot Poker.

50 Seeds: $1.99 QTY:
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How to Plant GAYFEATHER Seeds

Sow seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil, do not cover. Needs light to germinate. Kept at 70° F., germination averages 21-35 days. Transplant 18 inches apart. See Starting Seeds for more information.
Comments: Full sun, Gayfeather plants tolerate drought and poor soil, better performance with regular water and moderately fertile soil. Flowers open from the top of the spike down; are long-lasting cut flowers, fresh or dried. Cut back flower spikes by half to encourage repeat bloom. Late summer flowers can be allowed to mature, will provide winter seed for birds. Divide plants every 3-4 years in spring or fall. Gayfeather flowers attract hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. Plants tolerate heat, humidity, and cold, and are deer resistant.

Liatris spicata plant flowering marks the end of the how to plant Gayfeather seeds section.