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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

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Blue Lobelia is a Perennial Wildflower and is Very Pretty

Blue Lobelia flowers will show in midsummer and last into the autumn months. The bloom is bluish with a white center; the blooms are located up and down the stalk and provide a whole appearance. The foliage is medium green. Great Blue Lobelia is considered a woodland plant and will look amazing in a natural or wildflower garden. Great Blue Lobelia prefer moist soils that have good drainage.

Blue Lobelia is a Stunning Flowering Perennial

This plant, also commonly referred to as the blue cardinal flower, is a perennial plant that grows in native habitats with damp soil such as wetlands, swamps, and riverbanks. The plant forms clumps with two-lipped flowers ranging from light to dark blue.

The three lobes of the plant's lower lip are more prominent than the two nodes appearing on the plant's upper lip. The flowers arise from the plant's upper leaf axils and form dense clusters on top of the unbranched, leafy stalks. This plant typically grows between two and three feet tall and blooms in the late summer.

The Blue Lobelia is nothing short of simply stunning. It does very well in window boxes, plant pots, and gardens. It typically will bloom beautiful violet blooms in the fall, spring, and summer. The Blue Lobelia is perfect for keeping soil erosion under control and can grow to a height of up to 12 inches.

It is a low-maintenance plant as well. The Blue Lobelia is one flowering plant you will want to add to your garden.

Blue Lobelia is a Stand Out Landscaping Addition for Eye-Catching Garden beds and Borders

Blue Lobelia flowers its best during the fall months when it is cooler. When the summer heat comes, prune your plant so it can bloom again. This beautiful plant has beautiful purple or blue flowers. This plant looks stunning in window boxes and as borders.

The Lobelia Blue plant is native to the Eastern United States. This plant has a little flower that packs a vibrant punch of color; you will not find too many other flowers as intense and gorgeous as the blue color found on these flowers.

The Lobelia Blue is sure to stand out when you plant it in rows at the front of your garden bed and borders. Some varieties have a cascading flower that looks like a stunning sapphire waterfall spilling over flowering boxes and pots. This plant seems excellent used around mailboxes or in planters. Why not use this in your yard?

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 Botanical Latin Name: Lobelia siphilitica

Common Name: Blue lobelia

Sun Exposure: Light shade

Mature Height: Two to four feet

Spread: Six inches

Spacing: 12 inches

Growth Rate: Fast

Flowering Time: Summer

How Long It Flowers: A month or more

Flower Color: Blue

Soil Requirements: Fertile, moist, loamy soil

Pruning: Since it self-sows abundantly, it might need to be divided

Flower Form: Great Blue Lobelia has spires of beautifully colored blue flowers with drooping lips, each with five lobes. They are borne on stiff stems that raise them above rosettes of dark green leaves. Though it does like shade, the lobelia will grow in full sun if it's watered sufficiently.

The plant doesn't live long, but it's considered a perennial because it self-sows freely. There are nearly 400 species of lobelia, and many other types come in shades of pink, white or red. The flower gets its name from botanist Matthias de Lobel and has been used medicinally for centuries.

Great Blue Lobelia can be medically helpful. Great Blue Lobelia was used as a purgative and treatment for asthma.

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Downy Lobelia is a Wildflower Perennial

Downy Lobelia - Lobelia puberula. The Downy Lobelia is a wildflower native to the eastern and south-central areas of the United States and is a member of the Bellflower family. This plant is a herbaceous perennial and can grow in most parts of the forest and fields along the edge of streams. The flowers on the plant can be purple or blue with white toward the center. The upper lip of the flower has two lobes, and the bottom rim has three lobes.

Downy Lobelia is a Beautiful Addition to Any Garden and Adds Light Floral Smelling Blooms

The leaves can grow 5 inches in length and 1.5 inches in width. Each sheet has small, irregularly placed teeth and is a mint green color. The plant grows one to three feet in height and blooms toward the end of summer or early fall. However, this plant is eye-catching all year round.

The Downy Lobelia grows best in moderately moist (mesic or hydric habitat) with full or partial sunlight. The plant produces fruit that is relatively small and has plenty of seeds. The Downy Lobelia is a very showy and attractive plant. It can quickly adapt to a range of different climates and soil.

Primarily the plant is pollinated by bees and is likely to attract butterflies. It can plant any time after the last frost. The plant may die into the ground during winter and return in early spring, adorned with basil leaves.

Downy Lobelia is a beautiful addition to any garden and adds a light floral smell wherever it takes to bloom. The Downy Lobelia is pretty low maintenance and needs moist soil, sunlight, and growing space.

Beautiful and striking purple flowers will appear on the plant from July to October. They grow up and down the long stem of the plant, dispersing the color and texture of this plant.

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