New York Ironweed
These vigorous American denizens promote an obliging stalwart demeanor plus welcome late summer flower-power. A nectar feast for the butterflies, Vernonia can be peppered throughout meadow plantings and native landscapes, accompanying chums such as Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’, Eupatorium ‘Riesenschirm’ and Sporobolus ‘Tara’.
A flashy new 2014 Jelitto Seeds introduction, this quibble-free white-blooming version of the New York Ironweed propels erect upright stalks, densely cloaked in serrated, lanceolate green leaves, buoying fluffy delicate plumes of narrow-petaled creamy white daisies. Followed by decorative seed heads, the long-lasting late season blooms make bright additions to cut arrangements and entice many garden visitors, especially the bees and butterflies. "White Lightenings" clumping bushy habit can be massed or planted as a striking focal point for a somewhat informal venue, where it readily adapts to variable conditions.
Size: 6' 0" high x 2-1/2' wide.
Hardy to zone 4.
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