(Physostegia virginiana ‘Obedient Plant’)
Obedient Plant is a beautiful perennial flower that grows naturally in prairies, meadows, and along railroads and streams throughout the central and eastern regions of the United States. When fully grown, this plant can reach heights between 2-4 feet and boasts upright stem spikes, sharp-toothed lance-shaped leaves that measure 3-6 inches, and delicate pink two-lipped tubular flowers. It can be grown in pots and attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Interestingly, this plant is deer-resistant, self-sows, and can be used as a cut flower!
(Physostegia angustifolia ‘Showy Obedient Plant’)
Showy Obedient Plant is a native clump-forming perennial flower that grows in prairies throughout the central and southern United States. At maturity, this plant can reach a height of 2-4' and features upright stem spikes, 3-6” sharp-toothed lance-shaped leaves, and light pink snapdragon-like flowers. This plant can be grown in containers, attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, is resistant to deer, and self-sows!