Flowers: June-August. Plant in sun or part shade. HxS 1mx1m
A lovely shrubby plant which is clump forming with large leaves and plumes of creamy-white flowers in summer. These are held well clear of the foliage. Goat’s Beard prefers a moist soil and looks particularly effective near water. It always draws comment in flower and has superb tints to the autumn foliage. Easy, pest and disease resistant. Hardiness rating H7. Organically grown in peat free compost.
Care & Maintenance.
Tidy in spring rather than autumn as the seed heads are spectacular in frost. The birds won’t touch them as they are poisonous. Propagate from seed or division. Wear gloves when handling seed. *CAUTION Poisonous seed heads.