Flowers start out a creamy white and then change to a light pink eventually turning to a strawberry red when the temperatures start to fall during the growing season.
The compact shape of this plant makes it a great choice for smaller gardens.
Flowers are excellent for fresh bouquets and dried flower arrangements.
Blooms on new wood. If pruning is desired do so in late winter early spring.
Flowers last well into the fall.
Shape: Compact Upright
Foliage: Medium Green
Fall foliage: Insignificant
Flower color: White to pink
Photos courtesy of Bailey Nurseries