Spiderwort are easy to grow and have a long bloom period. These perennials are native to North, South, and Central America. They have grass like leaves and pretty blooms which only lasts about a day each. Pollinators love them. They are easy to grow and provide interest for a large part of the season.

Flowers in late spring through summer.

Height: 8″ – 24″

Width: 12″ – 18″

Watering and soil: Moist soil is best. Although they are drought tolerant, they will flower better if watered in the hot months. Most soil types will work.

Exposure: Morning sun, dappled shade.

Varieties: Concord Grape, Zwanenburg.

Image: Common Spiderwort.

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