47 to 59”, Graceful wands of fragrant bottle brush blooms supported by bushy, colorful, deeply veined foliage. Bugbanes are late-season blooming perennials, generally planted in rich moist woodland situations. This native cultivar features bronze-purple foliage and arching wands or spikes of fragrant, mauve-pink, bottlebrush flowers, blooming late summer through early fall. The flowers lighten to white as they mature. A wonderful addition to the shade garden. In cool summer areas this will grow well in sunny sites, otherwise choose a part-shade location, protected from hot afternoon sun. Plants will take about three years to develop into a mature clump. Blooms late summer. Tolerates sun or shade, attracts butterflies, deer resistant. Zones 4-9.
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