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Cupid Culver's Root (77574)

4.80 stars, based on 20 reviews
Easy to grow native perennial that tolerates moist soils. Attract butterflies to your sunny garden with Cupid Culver's Root. Showy spires of purple blooms appear in mid to late summer. Plant with other butterfly attracting perennials like Black...
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Il zone 5b

Beautiful, graceful, and hardy

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  • Unique
  • hardy
  • native
  • Rare
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  • Taller than expected
These are extremely hardy and look so great in my garden that I keep buying more. Culver's root is an extremely desirable prairie native and hard to find in a dwarf, purple color. This variety does get to about 48" in flower (36" foliage), so not quite as compact as stated. It flowered in its first year which was a lovely surprise.

Culver's Root

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  • Price and availability
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  • A little small
I ordered 2 on separate shipments and the first order the plant was forgotten but customer service was great at sending another right away! Thank you!! Both were a little small but they are growing well now. I would buy again if I needed more.

Cupid Culver

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Came out and are purple smaller than i thought they would be

cupid culver root

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i was given another plant altogether. i went ahead and planted it and it is doing well. don't know the one i ordered was substituted.

California

cupid culver root

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Again, I planted this for its stunning color. I am excited to see these

bloom.

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