Kalimeris incisa ‘Blue Star’

Common Name : Kalimeris 'Blue Star'Type : Herbaceous PerennialHabitFoliageHeightSpreadFlower colour : Violet BlueFlowering from : Juneto SeptemberFoliage colour : GreenHardiness : H5
Hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters -15° to -10°
Sunlight : Full SunMoisture : Moist but well-drainedSoil : Acid / Neutral / AlkalineSeason of interest : Summer - AutumnTo be Sheltered Fragrant

Kalimeris incisa, commonly called kalimeris, is a clump-forming perennial that is native to meadows and open ground in northeast Asia. Specific epithet means deeply and irregularly cut. ‘Blue Star’ is a clump-forming perennial that is noted for its long summer bloom of daisy-like flowers (1” diameter) featuring light blue rays and yellow centers. The flowers are very similar in appearance to those of aster and boltonia. Plants typically grow to 12-18” tall. Oblong-lanceolate green leaves (to 3-4” long). Synonymous with Boltonia incisa ‘Blue Star’.


C16

2018.- Planted 5 specimens in West border.

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