Sabatia angularis (rosepink) is one of our most beautiful native plants. Found in dry, open meadows or along roadways and often growing with little bluestem, blueberries, asters, and short goldenrods. A perfect pink color with bright yellow eyes. Grows 12-18″ and each plant has dozens of flowers that bloom over a 3-4 week period.
This is a biennial species and is highly susceptible to picking and mowing so it is rapidly disappearing from the landscape.
We are currently growing genotypes from EcoRegions 064b and 064c. First year seedlings will be available in summer 2015.
We are also working on the white form of Sabatia angularis (see below) and could have first year seedlings in 2017. Stay tuned…