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Mist Flower
Butterfly Nectar Plant



A Queen (gilippus) butterfly drinks nectar from blue Mist Flower blooms.

A Queen gilippus butterfly drinks nectar from Mistflower

Common Names: Mist Flower

Flower - Bloom color:

Light: Sun to light shade

Size: 24 inches

Water: Average

Soil: Average

Propagation: Seed

Notes: Monarch and Queen butterflies congregate on Mist Flower for nectar.

Note: This particular Mist Flower may become a garden pest.