Nearly black, deeply lobed foliage emerges in spring to form an upright mound that serves as the backdrop for long, thin stems that rise above bearing white flowers in May. Its striking year-round foliage color makes it perfect for massing in the front of a garden and for creating a long season of color in a container. Attracts hummingbirds and drought resistant when established.
Great in mass plantings and around borders. Be sure not to plant the plant too deep and bury the crown when planting as this is the most common cause of failure.