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Plant Name:

Eastern Bluestar

Scientific Name:

Amsonia tabernaemontana


Eastern Bluestar is a perennial wildflower with clusters of star-shaped, pale blue flowers and slender, lance-shaped leaves.


Moist to mesic prairies, open woodlands


Eastern Bluestar attracts butterflies, bees, and other pollinators with its nectar-rich flowers. It also provides a food source for certain caterpillars.

Growing Conditions:

Eastern Bluestar prefers well-drained soils in full sun to part shade


Eastern Bluestar is often used in native plant gardens and naturalized areas. It adds color and attracts pollinators.

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Fun Facts:

Eastern Bluestar gets its name from the blue color of its flowers and is native to eastern and central North America.

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