Attracts a large number of butterflies, bees and hummingbirds!
This flowering perennial comes back year after year and is native to Wisconsin! This plant is 2’-3’ tall by 2’ wide at full maturity. It blooms in June & July attracting a large number of butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. Tip! Remove the flower heads after the flowering has ended and a second bloom may occur later in the season.
6+ hours of sun light.
Once this plant is established they are drought tolerant.
Well draining garden soil works best.
Apply new compost to the soil each year.