This 6′-8′ tall native perennial bloom repeatedly in summer drawing clouds of bees and butterflies. Birds feed on the seeds. A well behaved plant forms tight clumps over several years. Although very tall, does not flop. Plant in sun or part shade in average to wet soil. I have never seen deer browse this plant, even in the garden where they destroyed the basil. Very rare locally. We propagated our plants from a native population in Jasper County, SC.
|Dimensions||3.5 × 3.5 × 10 in|