Obedient Plant (Physostegia virginiana) wildflower - Full sun to light shade, 24-48 in. tall.

Native Physostegia virginiana Obedient Plant, False Dragonhead (fy-so-STEEJ-ee-uh vir-jin-ee-AN-uh) Easyliving Native Perennial Wildflowers Native Wild Flower Seed for Home Landscaping & Prairie Restoration

Obedience Plant Seeds 'CRYSTAL PEAK'   Pure white flowers on long spikes from July to September. The flowers of 'Crystal Peak' are self-cleaning and do not fade or brown as they age. Plants grow to 16 inches tall and are excellent choices for brightening sunny borders or containers. A Fleuroselect Gold Medal award winner (Europe's top prize).

White Obedience Plant - 'CRYSTAL PEAK' Pure white flowers on long spikes from July to September.

obedient-plant Growing obedient plants in the garden adds a bright, spiky flower to the late summer and fall flower bed. Physostegia virginiana, commonly called the obedient plant, produces spikes of attractive flowers, but beware of your interpretation of obedient. Growing obedient plants got the common name because stems can be bent to stay in place, not for the plant’s habit in the garden.

Obedient Plant Info – Tips For Growing Obedient Plants

Growing obedient plants in the garden adds a bright, spiky flower to the late summer and fall flowerbed. While it produces spikes of attractive flowers, beware of your interpretation of obedient.

Top Plant Choices to Include in Your First Garden: Obedient Plant - Physostegia virginiana

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Top Plant Choices to Include in Your First Garden: Obedient Plant - Physostegia Virginiana

Vivid obedient plant:Vivid obedient plant  (Physostegia virginiana 'Vivid') grows 1-2 feet tall, with strong spikes of vivid purplish pink tubular flowers from midsummer to fall. The square stems carry 5-inch toothed leaves. Zones 2-8. sun/part sun

Obedient Plant Use obedient plant's pink or white spikes to create drama and form in your bouquets. This easy-growing wildflower earned its moniker because you can bend and twist the individual flowers to face different directions.

Obedient Plant Care: How To Grow An Obedient Plant - Growing obedient plants in the garden adds a bright, spiky flower to the late summer and fall flower bed. Physostegia virginiana, commonly called the obedient plant, produces spikes of attractive flowers, but beware of your interpretation of obedient. Growing obedient plants got the common name because stems can be bent to stay in place, not for the plant’s habit in the garden.

Obedient Plant Info – Tips For Growing Obedient Plants

Growing obedient plants in the garden adds a bright, spiky flower to the late summer and fall flowerbed. While it produces spikes of attractive flowers, beware of your interpretation of obedient.

(O))) Physostegia virginiana 'Miss Manners'   Obedient Plant, False Dragonhead

Physostegia Miss Manners (Obedient Plant, False Dragonhead)

Three in white garden along back side border // Physostegia virginiana 'Miss Manners' Obedient Plant, False Dragonhead

Pick up some of these southern-thriving plants to have a beautiful flower bed with only a little bit of work! These classic flowers love the heat and thrive in dry conditions. Choose plant varieties such as iris, black-eyed susan and  phlox to complete your garden plans.

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Obedient Plant (physostegi virginiana) full sun or partial shade perennial flowering plant that will attract butterflies; deer resistant; zone 2-9

Physostegia virginiana ‘Bouquet Rose’ Obedient Plant Full sun or partial shade. Prefers rich, moist soil, and will tolerate wet conditions beside a stream or pond. Spreads to form a big clump.

full sun perennial, resilient, spreads rapidly. with a volorful vining plant good for mailbox

Obedient Plant (Physostegia virginiana)-Can become invasive, so make sure you keep it in check by pulling unwanted offsets or by corralling it within a specific area. It likes full sun, moderate water, and will grow in almost any soil.

Physostegia virginiana - Obedient plant. This is a good site about how to control and prune so that it doesn't take over the garden.

Physostegia virginiana - Plant Finder So confusing: This site says it is recommended by experts, another site has it on a list of invasive plants to avoid.

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