06 October 2016 |

Native blue mistflowers offer dazzling color

Written by Georgia FACES
When I moved into my new house about this time last year, I was quick to notice my neighbor's flowers across
When I moved into my new house about this time last year, I was quick to notice my neighbor's flowers across the street. I could see drifts of wonderful, tall, blue flowers coupled with the complementary orange of swirling Gulf fritillary butterflies. I knew immediately that my neighbor was a real gardener, as those showy blooms could be identified as the native blue mistflower known botanically as Conoclinium coelestinum.

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