This plant grows in the summer, but it doesn’t do very well in the hot summer sun. If you choose to grow this flower, make sure you have a shady spot picked out. If you live in a region where the summer season isn’t very hot, then you can plant it in the sun.
It’s simple to remember: if you live in a hot region, plant in the shade, if you live in a cooler region, it will be fine in the sun.
Once the flower begins to grow, you will see that it resembles feathers. Soft looking feather like blossoms grow among bright green foliage. The leaves have teeth like edges, and are a wonderfully bright color of green.
Once it is in full bloom, it really makes for a wonderful looking flower!
They can grow to be about 3 feet high. They make a lovely addition to a summer garden. Perhaps as a border to a garden of geraniums or daylilies.
One of the great things about this plant is that it can grow for a good portion of the summer. It isn’t a flower that just blooms and then goes away before you even blink.
As the fall begins to approach, the once colorful blossoms turn a shade of brown. The plant then hangs around through the winter months. It is a decorative plant for all the seasons.