Light green foliage emerges in the early spring and is soon edged by brilliant yellow edges that provide season-long color. Foliage radiates horizontally on stems, offering great form and texture to any garden. Fall frost provides superb apricot color on a plant that thrives in moist conditions.
Very tolerant of moist soils and partial shade
Unique color and texture make it stand out
Provides dense cover for essential critters
Superb fall color
Grouping makes for great garden impact
The low woods and wet meadows from Minnesota east to Ohio, south to Tennessee and Oklahoma
If you garden in the shade or a woodland, downed trees, a brush pile or a pile of jumbled rocks provide inviting homes for all kinds of wildlife adding to the rustic, natural look of a landscape while enhancing the value of your native plants.