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propagating perennials: Catananche caerulea-Cupid’s Dart
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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Catananche caerulea-Cupid’s Dart

Propagating Cupid’s Dart is simple it is a good self-seeder or it can be accomplished dividing the root ball in the spring and will give you more blooms throughout the summer by deadheading. It’s grass like foliage would be great contrast amongst grey foliage plants and is native to the Mediterranean but can be grown in Zones 4-9. It will reach 18-27" in height, is drought tolerant, its dandelion shaped flowers are blue in color, prefers full sun, and it a great cut flower. The plant symbolizes love.

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