This plant has a dwarf, mounding habit and sky blue flowers that seem to float above the narrow, ferny green leaves. It will rebloom if trimmed back after flowering.
Winchester Gardens generally stocks this item.
Peony – The glamorous red, pink, or white flowers of peonies are fine partners for the more airy blue flax in sunny beds and borders.
Shasta daisy – Single- or double-flower Shasta daisies mix well with yellow or blue flax over several weeks in sunny gardens.
Veronica – The dense flower spikes of deep blue speedwell provide an upright dimension against yellow or blue flax.
Evening primrose – Common sundrops bears large goblet-shape flowers of clear yellow and is a fine companion for yellow or blue flax. Both thrive in very well-drained soil in sun.