Your shady garden spots will love the snappy color and style this early blooming perennial adds. Its foliage is a great, season long attribute that emerges in early April deep green with distinct, nearly luminous whitish-silver spots and forms a dense basal mound of leaves. Flower stalks rise out of this silver spotted mass and open to reveal strings of raspberry colored flowers that continue to bloom through the end of May adding a flourish to already showy leaves. 'Raspberry Splash' is best planted in shade or partial shade with moist, well-drained soil and is very impressive when grouped at the front of a garden.
Plant in consistently moist (not wet) soil enriched with organic matter in partial shade to shade. Cut off old leaves after bloom to stimulate a fresh growth of foliage.