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    Excellent combination for sun From top: Leucanthemum, Sedum 'Purple Emperor', and Liatris spicata 'Floristan Violet'. Try this combination of cool-colored perennials in a sunny, dry to average spot in the garden. All are very low-maintenance plants and make great cut flowers too!

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Blazing star liatris: Botanical Name: Liatris spicata Floristan Common Name: Blazing Star, Liatris, Gay Feather Hardiness Zone: 3-9 Sun-Shade: Full to Partial Sun HT at Maturity: 36-48 inches Bloom Time: Early Summer-Late Fall Cultivar: Floristan White & Floristan Violet Special: excellent cut flowers, attracts butterflys and hummingbirds, deer resistant