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Pollinator Habitat - Blue Mist Flower

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Published on Mar 21, 2019

Bluemist flower Planting Information
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Type: Perennial
Bloom Season: Summer, Fall
Attracts: Bees, Butterflies
Sun: Full Sun, Part-Sun
Color: Blue, Purple
Soil Type: Humus
Drainage: Well-drained
Moisture: Moist, Wet
Height: Medium
Planting Width: 3 ft
Zone - Mid Atlantic
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Blue Mistflower rap by Buzz Buddy

Blue Mistflower...
This plant attracts butterflies and bees, it's height is medium just like me.
Blue Mistflower...
This plant grows in the summer and fall, that is when it will be nice and tall.
Blue Mistflower...
This plant is a perennial, it likes the shade; and the sun, second to none.
Blue Mistflower...
If you give it humus soil, it will never ever spoil.
This plant blooms purple and blue, just like my captian america shoe.
Blue Mistflower...
This plant is important for the pollinators, who are amazing plant propagators.
Pollinators such as bees, butterflies and birds are the ultimate pollination nerds.
They carry pollen from a flower to another, so that the plants can help each other.
Byyyyyyyyyy propagation through pollination which makes sure our hunger always stops,
cause we have crops.
So get out there and plant the...
Blue Mistflower...
Rap by Kedar

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