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Woolly Bluestar

Natural History

Woolly Bluestar is a member of the Dogbane Family. The plant grows to 14 inches in height and has broad lance shaped leaves which grow to 1.5 inches in length. The plant grows in rocky areas at elevations between 100 - 5000 feet.

The flowers of the Woolly Bluestar have a light jasmine scent which is used to attract nocturnal insects.

Woolly Bluestar blooms between April - June and produces pale purple flowers with 5 petals to 0.75 inches wide that grow in loose clusters at the top of the stem.

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