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Stokes' Asters perform best in full sun and well-drained soil. It can adapt to dry or moist conditions, but cannot tolerate standing water. Deadheading spent flower stalks often prolongs flowering.




Stokesia 'Peachie's Pick'
Named after the plantswoman who discovered it, Peachie Saxton of Mississippi, this variety produces the typical lavender-blue stokesia flowers. However, it blooms much longer and a bit later than the other types. It has an upright habit and healthy-looking, deep green foliage that remains attractive all season. One gallon-$7.00


Stokesia 'Purple Pixie'
The first dwarf Stoke’s Aster! Large violet blue flowers emerge over a plant with a short, compact habit combine to a form that doesn’t open up (fall apart) with maturity. Blooms in early July with sporadic rebloom. Also grows great in high heat and humidity! One gallons-$7.00


Stokesia laevis 'Blue Danube'
Reminiscent of the Blue Danube River, this selection produces large lavender-blue flowers measuring 4-5 inches across! They are wonderful in fresh bouquets. The deep green foliage is neatly mounding. Big, full one gallons. $7.00


Stokesia laevis 'Color Wheel'
Starting in mid-May, 'Color Wheel' sends up branched bloom stalks which open to almost pure white. As the days progress, the same bloom deepens to lavender, then purple! During the lavender and purple stages, new white blooms open on the same bloom stalk. The overall effect is as many as five different colors on the same plant. Full sun to part shade. Zone 4-9. One gallon-$7.00


Stokesia laevis 'Honeysong Purple'
'Honeysong Purple' sports true royal purple flowers with a hint of red towards the center that darkens as it ages. The contrasting white stamens and purple-tinged stems add to its appeal. The individual flowers measure 4 inches across and have petals with deeply serrated edges. They are wonderful in fresh bouquets. The deep green foliage is neatly mounding. Big, full one gallons-$7.00



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