Clump-forming with broad green leaves bathed in a silvery overlay and edged with a darker green and red venation, this plant sends up spikes of small white flowers in mid-June that attract swarms of butterflies and hummingbirds for their nectar. looks best planted in groups. Tolerant of dry shaded areas.
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Thrives in partial shade. Feed yearly with an organic fertilizer. Once bloom passes, remove spent flower stalks. Prune back foliage in late fall after a hard freeze or in late winter before growth has begun.