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USES & COOKING SUGGESTIONS
Airy bunches of purple florets held on long, sturdy stems. Bred especially for the cut flower market, these also make a great addition to mixed borders – we feel they pair especially well with roses. These flowers also are a great addition to pollinator gardens, and provide food for butterflies, native bees and other beneficial insects. In zones 7 and warmer, it can perennialize and self seed readily.