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  • Chele Rutan

    White Blazing Star. Feathery spikes of pure white flowers, 18-36" tall, bloom in mid to late summer. Makes a wonderful complement to shorter, colorful blooms. Plant 12-24" apart. Does best in full sun to part shade. 8-10 cm bulbs.

  • Cyyndie Chase

    White Blazing Star Liatris. Feathery spikes of pure white flowers, 18-36 tall, bloom in mid to late summer. Makes a wonderful complement to shorter, colorful blooms.Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade. Bloom Time: Mid to Late Summer Zones: 3 to 9

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