Flowers: August-October. Plant in moist part shade. HxS 1.75mx1m
Sadly not the most inspiring name for a beautiful plant! A tall hybrid whose flowers start white and turn light, then dark, pink as they age. Heavily scented. Early spring foliage is a handsome purple, turning green as the season progresses. Stiff upright habit. Easy and reliable in any moist soil, requiring no staking. Pest and disease resistant. Best grown in a moist soil which does not waterlog in winter. Organically grown in peat free compost and a good late season pollinator.
Care & Maintenance.
Cut back the flower stems after flowering. The foliage collapses after the first frost and can be tidied in autumn or spring. Propagate by division in spring.SKU: ACTPIN
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