An excellent cut or dried flower, this trouble-free, hardy perennial is at home in just about any sunny spot with a bit of room to spread.
This hardy, low-maintenance plant can be grown in just about any well-drained soil. Sturdy, straight stems with feathery, finely-cut leaves are topped with large, long-lasting flower clusters in shades of red, rose, pink, yellow, and white. They make wonderful cut flowers, and what's left in the garden will attract beneficial insects.
Variety Info2"–4" flat-topped flower heads in shades of red, rose, pink, yellow, and white.
8 to 10 weeks before your average last frost date.
2 to 4 weeks after your average last frost date or in the fall for spring germination.