A "Top 10" perennial for many years, broccoli-like buds appear in spring, turning to pink flower heads in August about 18" above fleshy blue-green foliage. The flowers then gradually change to a rosy russet by late autumn, and are even appealing left uncut against a snowy winter landscape. Drought-tolerant, attractive to butterflies, used in masses as a ground cover, or in the border, it is truly a four-season perennial. Just a few amiable companions include Caryopteris, Coreopsis, the Fountain Grasses, Russian Sage, and Yucca.
Height: 18 - in