Early Large Flowering
Description: Festive, huge, deep rose pink blooms centered with a cluster of butter yellow colored stamens. A compact growth habit makes this early blomer a great choice for containers or smaller gardens. Attractive seed heads.
Bloom Time: Spring and again in fall.
Exposure: Part shade. Morning or filtered sun.
Size: 6-8' tall.
Pruning: In late January or early Feburary, cut back to around 2 feet high, to a pair of healthy buds. For a second spectacular flush of blooms, cut back again, by as much as one half after first bloom cycle. Dead-head as necessary to keep clean and tidy.
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