This makes a wonderful dwarf feature shrub for the front of a sunny garden bed or in a pot or rockery situation. Trim back behind the spent flower heads at the end of spring. Good in sun or part shade, and does best in well drained soil types. Feed with a good low phosphorus plant food in spring.
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