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Liatris Spicata is a perennial flower native to east and southern USA. It has densely clustered linear leaves up to 30 cm at the base, progressively becoming shorter up the stem. When in flower, it bears dense spikes of deep purple flowers, 45 to 70 cm long in late summer and early autumn.
Grows to a height of around 1.5 meters and a spread of around 45 cm, fully hardy to -15°C and under.
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The seed is best stratified prior to sowing unless sown directly outside in early winter. (This breaks the seeds dormancy) A period of 4-6 weeks in a standard fridge prior is sufficient. In addition nicking the seed case prior to sowing helps promote germination.
If sown in trays, start from mid-winter onwards sowing on well-drained soil based medium at 4-5mm depth. Maximum germination is achieved by providing distinct fluctuations in temperature (55 to 70F) simulating day night temperatures outdoors. Germination should take 2-3 weeks for pre-stratified seed.
Once young plants are established, plant out in a fully sunny location. A nutrient rich soil is best which does not get heavily waterlogged over-winter