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Clusters of trumpets of gentian blue flowers with five petals open at the apex on lax stems sprawl among its lance-shaped foliage. Blooms July – September. One botanist believes this is the same as Gentiana dahurica. I admit, we’ve grown both and I cannot tell the difference. Botanists sometimes differentiae plants on tiny plant parts not readily visible. Such botanists are called “splitters.” We’ll await modern DNA testing to tell.