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Liatris microcephela   

Fine, shiny, green leaves with numerous, rosy-purple flower spikes Aug.-Sept. Grows best in dry, clay soils. Excellent cut flower. Grows 12-15”. 

    Common Name:Gayfeather
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes

About Liatris: The vertical growth habit of Gayfeather gives a strong contrast to the many rounded forms of the perennial garden. Excellent as cut flowers, they also attract butterflies. Most are quite tall and work midway to the back of the garden. The dwarf is suitable from mid to front.