TexasPlumeria87 said:That's great. I'm growing blue mistflower too. I got mine last year from a local gardener. So far it seems to be doing well. It's neat that yours is growing wild on your property. I grow two other types of mistflower, Gregg's and white mistflower. The Gregg's is a butterfly and pollinator magnet. It needs less water than the blue mistflower. The white mistflower is a shrub and has very fragrant blooms. I could smell the flowers several feet away. The first photo is the white mistflower.
Here's the Gregg's.
MindiHammerstone said:Those blue mist flowers are gorgeous. Do they sell them or do you just find them wild?
I like the name ghost flowers 😀
MindiHammerstone said:Greene your so funny.
greene said:where you said you loved it but wouldn't turn your back on it.
??? I re-read my post to see where the joke was, but no, there was nothing funny intended. It was all good information for anyone who brings the plant into their yard and garden. Hope someone can benefit from my experience.
MindiHammerstone said:I'm in California, I think I'd find them online. But if they are invasive maybe it's for the best that i don't have them. Though i do have room in the back yard. Do they have a scent?