Amsonia Plant Care Tips For Growing Amsonia Plants
Amsonia Plant Care In soils that are constantly moist, Amsonia prefers full sun. Otherwise, plant it in light to partial shade. Too much shade causes ...
best tools for dividing plants
Sometimes the roots are easy to break apart with your hands or a shovel, but for tough and strong roots, a soil knife with a serrated edge makes the t...
Common Amsonia Varieties - Types Of Amsonia For The Garden
AmsoniaAmsonia ciliata. Amsonia ciliata has fairly narrow leaves, around 4 mm wide. ... Amsonia hubrechtii. ... Amsonia illustris. ... Amsonia taberna...
Sowing Blue Star Seeds - When And How To Plant Amsonia Seeds
Begin by filling a planting tray or pot with a well-drained seed starting mix. Add water until the mix is moist but not soggy. One way to do this is t...
Varieties of AmsoniaShining bluestar (Amsonia illustris) – Native to the southeastern U.S., this plant is very similar in appearance to the blue star ...
is amsonia invasive
Amsonia, a temperate member of the predominantly tropical dogbane family (Apocynaceae), is related to common periwinkle (Vinca minor) and frangipani (...
what to plant with amsonia
What perennials grow well together?Do you cut back Amsonia in the fall?Is Amsonia invasive?Can Amsonia be divided?What are the best hardy perennials?W...
best time to transplant amsonia
Blue Star can be grown from seeds harvested when the pods dry. You can start seeds in the fall and over-winter them in a cold frame or protected area,...
Amsonia is a genus of flowering plants in the dogbane family, Apocynaceae, first described as a genus in 1788. It is native primarily to North America...