Here is a great container plant, but also one especially useful in a rock garden, or for cut flowers, or to attract hummingbirds. Beautiful dusty-rose to deep mauve-pink flowers appear on hop-like bracts with small, oval gray-green veined leaves. Flowers bloom at 10" from June-September on another drought-tolerant, long blooming perennial, quite happy to perform in poor, well-drained sandy soil. Definitely not edible, but, oh, that classic fragrance!
Height: 10 - in