Big green leaves speckled with silver form a pleasing mound in the shade landscape adding great texture and great color especially when clusters of large, rosy pink flowers open above the foliage in early May. One of the easiest to grow shade perennials, 'Pretty in Pink' is perfect to show in groups for its great foliage and showy bloom.
Thrives in partial/full shade in well-drained soil. Feed yearly with an organic fertilizer. Awesome in groups or single in container gardens. Deer resistant. Cut back foliage to near ground level after a hard freeze in late fall. Asexual propagation prohibited.