Amsonia ciliate var. filifolia 'Georgia Pancake'
This Amsonia was discovered growing in the sandhills habitat in central Georgia, with a compact habit so it grows like a groundcover. Bright green foliage turns yellow in the fall, and the light blue flowers bloom in May. At only four to six inches tall and up to two feet wide, this Amsonia would be at home in the front of the border. Tolerates part shade but prefers full sun, and prefers leaner garden soils. Drought tolerant, deer resistant, and long lived!
Photo courtesy of Walter’s Gardens Inc.
Native to the United States.
- Botanical Name
- Amsonia ciliate var. filifolia 'Georgia Pancake'
- Common Name
- Georgia Pancake Creeping Blue Star
- Hardy to Zone
- Sun/Part Shade