We have the biggest online selection of top most varieties of Centaurea Plant. Centaurea is a genus of Asteraceae family. This herbaceous thistle-like flowering plant is commonly acknowledged as centaury, knapweeds, centory, starthistles, and centaureas.
Centaurea Dealbata Ornamental Perennial: Native to the Caucasus Mountains, Centaurea dealbata is a species of Centaurea. This ornamental perennial is commonly called as knapweed or Persian cornflower. This clump-forming perennial features Pinnately-lobed basal foliage and produces distinctive involucre bracts head, cornflower-like, lavender to rosy pink flowers, that are attractive to butterflies. It blooms in May to June.
Centaurea Montana Herbaceous Perennial: Centaurea Montana is a herbaceous perennial of the Asteraceae family. The commonly known name of this plant is perennial cornflower, bachelor's button, mountain cornflower, montane knapweed, and mountain bluet. This clump-forming perennial features black-edged involucre bracts along with rich blue, fringed, solitary cornflower. This erect, stoloniferous plant blooms in May to June.
Centaurea Macrocephala Herbaceous Perennial: Centaurea Macrocephala is a clumping, robust perennial. It has stiff flower stems that bloom from early summer through late summer. It grows well in moist soil in sun or partial shade. Centaurea Macrocephala can be affected by rust, mildews, white mold, thread blight, and Southern blight. It grows to a height of 6 feet and has a spread of almost 3 feet.