Here is a striking new variety of an old-fashioned garden perennial. 3" flowers open white on branched bloom stems, then fade to lavender, followed by dark blue-purple, maintaining three to five different color flowers all at one time. Bloom stems reach 18-24" above the classic green elongated leaves. Keep spent bloom stems snipped for an extended May-June bloom time. This drought-tolerant native looks tidy in a pot as well as the garden, and is easy to grow. But remember, no wet feet, especially in winter. Try it with purple Salvia, hardy Geraniums, and Siberian Iris. PP#12718
Height: 18-24 in
Spacing: 18 in
Hardiness Zone: 5 – 8
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Plants will be in seasonal condition with appropriate foliage.