Perfect for use along wood lines, this upright, deciduous selection's numerous flower buds open in early June to reveal yellow flowers that change to orange then pink as they age creating a unique rainbow of color in the landscape. Unique late spring color show attracts loads of native pollinators. Perfect for grouping at the wooded edge of a landscape of for use as a colorful single specimen. Mildew resistant foliage. Easy to grow.
Plant in part shade and water regularly as needed. Feed yearly with an organic fertilizer. Prune after flowering in late spring for shaping.