This clump forming perennial will amaze you with its large purplish-pink flowers. Flowers in late June and continues into September. Its flowers are a butterfly and hummingbird magnet. Prefers moist meadows at elevations between 4,000-10,000 ft growing more vigorously at higher elevations. Perfect for grouping in partial shade!
Great for naturalizing along stream banks
Profuse, nectar-rich flowers attract butterflies
Summer long color
Attracts native hummingbirds
Thrives in moist areas, tolerates dry
Easy to grow and maintain
Moist,cool, partially shaded tree lines and meadows from Alaska south through California ands east through Colorado and Montana.
A butterfly house is used to give butterflies a place to roost over the winter. Place a butterfly house in a location with ample cover like near a forested area or bushes where they might normally congregate.
Full sun to partial shade in wet to moist soil. Tolerates seasonal flooding.