It is easy to get hooked on all that amsonia has to offer, and gardeners who grow it usually find themselves wanting more. If you are one of these gardeners wishing for more plants, click this article to learn how to propagate amsonia.
Amsonia is a favorite in perennial gardens but sometimes a plant may struggle in a certain spot and simply moving it to a new site can revive it. If you’ve found yourself asking “can you move an amsonia,” then this article is for you. Click here for tips on transplanting amsonia.
Amsonia winter care is not difficult. But some gardeners want to know: Can you grow blue star plants in winter? Click on the following article for information about amsonia cold tolerance and amsonia winter protection.
Amsonias are a collection of beautiful flowering plants that aren?t found in too many gardens, but are experiencing a little bit of a renaissance with newfound interest in native North American plants. But how many varieties of amsonia are there? Find out in this article.
Growing Amsonia from seed isn?t difficult, but it requires patience because germination is unpredictable and can be frustratingly slow. If you?re willing to give it a try, click on the following article to learn about Amsonia seed propagation.
Amsonia plants offer both sky-blue blossoms and feathery green foliage that flushes to gold in autumn. Can you grow amsonia in a container? Yes, indeed, you can. Container-grown amsonia can light up your home or patio. Click this article for more information.