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Ohio spiderwort is a perennial with clusters of many blue to purple flowers and grass-like leaves. Each individual flower lasts one day, opening in the morning and closing by afternoon. After flowering, the foliage tends to flop over if not supported with other plants. Spent blooms can be pruned back to encourage new growth and another chance to bloom. Ohio spiderwort is found in prairies, savannas, and woodland edges.
full sun to partial sun
1 – 3 ft.
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