Pendulous pink divided flowers adorn this small but slowly spreading perennial. Once established, it’s wide ranging root system will mean that it does need much attention, especially if placed with a little bit of shade. The foliage is a crisp green. Blooms are held above the foliage throughout summer.
Doesn’t need a lot of attention once established. Provide ample water the first year and then it should be able to look after itself. Some people have said that it can be a spreader, but so far, it is done so quite slowly in our garden, so quite happy with its growth rate.
Propagate by dividing root ball
Hybridized by Egger PP18885 and introduced 2006
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P18030
Found in Cherry Corner,
Along the path towards to Tea House