Flowering occurs in the fall; generally October through early November. The flower stalks are taller than most and often reach 4-5 feet. Individual flowers are quite small, but the number of flower buds is quite numerous. Because of this, the flowering stalk during the peak of blooming is quite broad and showy. Stems are prone to falling over, stake or plant with other taller species that can offer support. Graceful blazing star is adaptable to a wider variety of landscape settings than most of Florida's species.
Perennial. 1 gallon pot. Grown by Wise Hands.