Amsonia ciliata 'Georgia Pancake'

Fringed Bluestar

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Pot Size: 4"x4"x5.5" pot

Plant Description

‘Georgia Pancake’ is a dwarf and prostrate form of the southeastern native fringed bluestar that occurs on well drained, sandy loam or limestone throughout its range. This little guy forms nearly flat mounds of spreading stems that are covered with chartreuse, needle-like leaves that turn golden yellow in the fall. The effect is kind of fuzzy and soft. Small balls of very light blue flowers occur in late spring. Grow this one in full sun and average to very well drained soil. Try it in front of taller coneflowers, asters, ‘Ryan’s Pink’ mums, muhly grass, or catmint to create a perfect fall garden. 



Rain Garden

Roof Garden

Showy Berry Fruit

Good Fall Color

Ground Cover

Deer Resistant

Attracts Butterflies

Drought Tolerant

Native Plant

Ease of Culture

Easy to grow

Plant Type

Wildflower, Perennial

Light Exposure

Full sun, Mostly sunny,

Half and half

Soil Condition

Average, Sandy, Clay

Moisture Tolerance

Dry, Moderately moist

Container Size

full quart


Less than 12"




Flower Color


Bloom Time

Late spring

Typical Height





5, 6, 7, 8, 9





 Photos courtesy of Walter's Gardens.