This species is native to the western United States and prefers rocky, sandy soils. It’s blue to violet to pink to white blooms are arranged in a showy display on a tall spike. The palmate leaves are silvery-green in color. This plant can be found in forests, meadows, bogs, along sides of roads and in disturbed areas.
Rate: 1 oz./75 sq. ft.
Bloom Time: June-July