This perennial will grow in any soil and will stand about two feet tall with an eventual spread of around a foot and a half.
Blooming time is mid-summer, and produces a long column of bluish-pink flowers; a color rare in our neck of the woods. White is also available (but you can get white in almost anything)
Butterflies are drawn to it like ants to a wet sucker; yet deer and rabbits seem to leave them alone.
It’s not a real fast grower, but a must if you’ve got the sun for them. I say this because the mid-summer bloomers are on the lean side. The Spring and early Summer flowerers list is vast, but by this time they’re only a memory. The late Summer and Fall displays have not ramped up yet.
If you’ve got a spot give them a try.
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