Variable, upright perennial with lance-shaped pointed green leaves. Height 4 feet; spread 12 inches. Bears tubular, white flowers in dense, erect terminal racemes in late summer and early autumn. Makes a good cut flower. Excellent border perennial; attractive to butterflies.
While the double flowered form of this low growing perennial is relatively easy to find, this seed is from the true single-flowered species, and is not common at all. With deep roots, this mat-forming rock garden plant will produce a succession of flowers over a long period throughout much of the...
This perennial native produces basal leaves and tall flowering stems from mid spring to mid summer. The flowers start white and turn pink with age. The leaves remain evergreen in mild winters and the plant spreads enthusiastically to form a dense ground cover. Height to 32 inches; spread 12 inches.
This deciduous perennial spreads by rhizomes and has 2-ternate leaves. In late spring, wiry leafless stems bear loose panicles of white flowers with reflexed petals. Spread is 16 inches. Makes a nice groundcover for a woodland or rock garden.