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- Additional Details
- » This NATIVE meadow classic is best known as a food source of larval monarch butterflies.
- » Deep pink clusters of fragrant flowers attract pollinators in June & July followed by lovely pods of silky seeds in October.
- » This one is a colonizer and thrives in any well-drained soil.
- » Poisonous to vertibrates.
- 2 - 4 feet
- 12 -18 inches
- Attracts Butterflies; Attracts Pollinators; Fragrant; Native; Deer Resistant; Full Sun
Plants listed are available subject to seasonality and grower's supply.