Mist Flower (Conoclinium coelestinum)
Mist Flower (Conoclinium coelestinum)

Wild Ageratum or Mist Flower (Conoclinium coelestinum)

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Many small flowers in autumn give an image of blue mist. Spreads by underground stems & seed.
Item #: COCOEs
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Binomial Conoclinium coelestinum, Eupatorium coelestinum
Mist flower is ideal for rain gardens and areas where it can be allowed to spread, which it does both by seed and underground stems. Because of the aggressive spreading, it should be used cautiously in formal flower beds.

The flowers are very attractive to bees and butterflies, and a more dense flower display can be achieved by trimming the plants in summer. From a distance, the flowers create an illusion of blue mist. The bitter foliage is usually avoided by deer and rabbits.

Another common name for mist flower is "wild ageratum." It is also now categorized under the genus Conoclinium.

Uses: Rain gardens, bees, butterflies, deer resistant
Bloom time: August to October

Height: 16 to 24 inches
Space: 16 to 24 inches

Sun: Full sun to medium shade
Moisture: Average to moist (often found in areas with poor drainage)

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