FALLOPIA. Sun to part shade.
Stunning white-splashed foliage with pink stems,
shocking coral-colored new growth. White fragrant flowers in August.
Meadow Sweet. Partial shade; blooms May-July;
showy, long lasting cotton candy like plumes in summer; prefers moist, rich
purpurea ‘Elegans.’ Fluffy Rosy-pink flowers
bloom giving off a sweet fragrance. Great addition to any shady boarder.
Does very well in wet, damp soil. Height 24”.
Martha Washington’s Plume. 4-6’; very large, deep
pink flower panicles which resemble plumes of feathers summer until fall;
native to Missouri; a winning giant.
Queen of the Meadow. 36-48”; plumes of
creamy-white strongly scented flowers in early summer; striking plant for
back of the border.
'Red Umbrellas.' Deeply cut, ferny leaves have deep red
centers and veins creating unique stripped leaves. Reddish-pink plumes top