This classic remains a favorite for its amazing display of color all season long. Sulfur yellow bracts top densely packed, purple, red, orange, and chartreuse foliage starting in late spring. Compact, mounding form with foliage that turns a rich red in the fall makes this old standby a plant that is still deserving of a prominent garden spot.
Best when located in a well-drained, full sun to part shade area. Cut back flowering shoots to ground level late summer or autumn. Fertilize lightly in early the spring.