Native to northern parts of North America (including Alaska and the Northwest) and Eurasia. To 2–5 ft. tall, 1 1/2 –3 ft. wide; narrow leaves to 10 in. long. Loose clusters of pink to rosy purple, four-petaled flowers in early summer. (‘Album’ has white flowers.) Seeds itself freely in open spaces, especially after forest fires. Attractive but generally considered weedy.
Native from Northern California to Alaska and beyond. Plant is prostrate, spreading and rooting as it ...
Dwarf form seldom exceeding 1 1/2 ft. tall. Stems not as red as those of species.
Grown for brilliant red fall foliage and winter twigs; too should be cut back severely in late dormant...