Fragrant, semi-double, medium to large size flower, opens white with prominent raspberry streaking and blotching. Fluted and frilled petals surround a cluster of yellow stamens, centered by conspicuous, raspberry tipped pistils. Attractive, contrasting colors displayed on an informal, cup shaped flower. Good plant habit, vigorous, good grower, with prolific bloom on a medium height bush. Deep green foliage remains attractive well into the summer. Strong stems carry flowers near the canopy, free standing when grown well, makes a unique, colorful display in the perennial border.
Awards, Best Use & Distinctions
BeeLoved®; fragrant; general garden and landscape use; perennial border; mass plantings; attracts pollinators and honey bees; deer resistant.
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Basic Growing Requirements
Full Sun. Water as needed, sensitive to overwatering and waterlog conditions. Soil pH 6.5-7. Fertile, well-draining soil.
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