Plant Type: Perennials
Also known as Windflower, this native North American wildflower is useful towards the front of a border, in the rock garden or in naturalized meadows. This selection forms a low mound or tuft of ferny green leaves, with a late spring display of small rose-pink flowers, followed by fluffy seedheads.
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Clumps seldom need dividing or any special attention. To increase, dig clumps and divide in fall or early spring if desired. Remove dead tops in late fall or early spring before new growth begins.
Flower ColorDeep Pink
Foliage ColorDeep Green
Plant Spread10-12 inches
Plant Height10-12 inches
Soil MoistureAverage to moist; normal, sandy or clay
Characteristics & Attributes
Rock Garden, Wet tolerant, Container
Bloom TimeEarly summer to late spring
Critter ResistanceDeer resistant
ExposureFull sun to part shade