CT DR RG P
Very popular with pollinators and underused in average garden conditions! One of the most beautiful native perennials with willow-like leaves and fragrant clusters of upturned dusty pink flowers in June and July. Attracts butterflies of all kinds, as well as other pollinators. Important larval host plant for Monarch and Queen butterflies. Of special value to native bees and attractive to predatory and parasitoid wasps that prey on pest insects according to the Pollinator Program at The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. Grows 3-5 feet high, and 2 feet wide. Prefers consistently moist soil, but also does well in average, well-drained gardens. Full sun is best, though some shade is tolerated. Good for naturalizing, in sunny borders, along stream/pond banks, butterfly gardens, and in rain gardens. A good plant for low spots or other moist areas in the landscape. Makes a good cut flower. Deer resistant.
1 gallon pot