'Lavender Mist' Meadow Rue



From Annie's Annuals
Thalictrum rochebrunianum
Lavender Mist Meadow Rue

Deer resistant perennial! This Japanese native has blue-green columbine-like foliage in spring and shoots up willowy purplish stalks that are 6-7’ tall. In July these burst intoairy cloudsof lavender-pink flowers with prominent soft-yellow anthers. 


It has a delicate bearing.  Its sprays of lilac flowers rise above shorter plants. Place at the back of a border; can withstand some shade; Intolerant of intense heat and humidity. Prefers rich, loamy soil. 

Best used in borders, meadows and naturalized areas. Plant in a group. Zones 5 - 9

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Comments

  1. My meadow rue struggles each year. While the deer cannot get at it and don't like it, the rabbits don't seem to mind. Heck, the rabbits around here eat my garlic chives.

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    1. I thought it was rabbit resistant too....oh my.

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  2. It sounds something like amazing and I like your post and your lavender photos.These are amazing. i would like to see more and amazing pictures. Thanks for sharing. Keep blogging...
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