Reaches a height of 12 to 18 inches and produces terminal clusters of bright yellow four-petaled flowers in late spring.
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This is an excellent ground cover for small areas, it is also an effectively grown between stepping stones, or in rock gardens.
An excellent specimen, small shade tree, or accent for your landscape should be planted where spring flowers can be appreciated.
Flowers that are cup-shaped, five-petaled, and bright yellow bloom primarily in terminal panicles from June to September.
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Flowers bloom from late spring to midsummer on stiff stems rising from clumps of palmate compound green leaves.
Wildly popular for it’s extremely fragrant tubular, rose pink flowers with yellow interiors that bloom June to August.