Vibrant grape-purple deeply lobed foliage emerges in the early spring to form an upright mound of striking color that serves as the backdrop for long, thin stems that rise above bearing white flowers in June. Deer resistant. Attracts butterflies. Drought resistant when established.
Thrives in partial shade. Feed yearly with an organic fertilizer. Once bloom passes, remove spent flower stalks. Prune back foliage in late winter or early spring.