xG1 – Dwarf Eastern Blue Star



Amsonia ‘Blue Ice’

Native hybrid: This dwarf member of the Blue Star clan has attractive, tidy foliage and deeper blue blossoms in late spring or early summer.  ‘Blue Ice’ has a desirable compact, mounding growth habit and blue-ish foliage.  When not in bloom the foliage is attractive and tidy with golden yellow fall color. It can be used as a pollinator plant and groundcover, and looks best in a grouping.

Eastern blue star can provide excellent habitat for beneficial fauna. The flowers provide an important nectar source and the foliage is a larval food for various butterflies. Hummingbirds, carpenter bees, hummingbird moths, and several other pollinators are also drawn to the plant. As an additional bonus, deer avoid it!


Out of stock


DP50 plugs 3/packet

Exposure: Full / part sun
Height: 12-15″

Spread: 24″
Bloom: May-June