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Callisia rosea 'Morning Grace'

Piedmont Spiderwort
Why get excited by a new relative of Spiderwort? Well, this dainty selection is a Piedmont native, found by Michael Jenkins and is one of those plants which always looks good...short (8-10" clumps) of narrow foliage and continuously blooming 12" stems bearing multiple 3-petaled lavender pink flowers beginning in late spring and ending in late summer. 'Morning Grace' is attractive to pollinators and grows well in a variety of soils.
Array Callisia
Common Name Piedmont Spiderwort
Hardiness Zone 6, 7, 8, 9
Light Requirements Part Sun
Seasonal Interest Summer
Season of Blooming Spring, Summer
Use Naturalizing, Ornamental, Massing
Special Attributes Pollinator Friendly, Butterfly Attracting, Hummingbird Attracting, Deer Resistant, Heat Tolerant, Easy Care, Fast Growing, Moisture Loving
Color Lavender, Pink