This brilliant summer wildflower features vivid tangerine-orange clusters of flowers atop slender fuzzy stems, covered with green lance-shaped leaves. Spent flowerheads transform into prominent spindle-shaped seed pods that make a unique addition to mixed bouquets.
The fleshy taproot will not tolerate clay or low ground. The very last to emerge in spring—be patient.
Plant in full sun, 18–24" apart in well-drained fertile soil. Native to eastern and southern North America. Z4. (bare-root crowns)
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