Same great performance in dryish shade as E. rubrum, but sports masses of small deep yellow star-shaped flowers in April. Cut old foliage to the ground in spring so that flowers will be visible. At 12" in height, the heart-shaped leaves on wiry stems are bronze when young, and then mature to green. Massed in the foreground of a shady bed or as edging, this drought tolerant perennial can't be beat.
Height: 12 - in