Named after the mountain range of its breeder Peter Heus, ‘Appalachian Blues’ will be a dainty, blue addition to almost any place in the garden since it loves the sun or the shade. A compact, clumping habit, with serrated leaves and bicolor flowers (blueish-purple and white) that will grow to just 2’ tall.
Grows best in well-drained, moist to dry soil conditions in partial shade. Cut back foliage in late winter early spring to refresh foliage. Flowers can be deadheaded to prolong bloom. Divide clumps every 3-4 years.