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 to Europe. Upright leafy plants 2-5 ft. high and about 1 ft. wide. Leaves 2–5 in. wide, d...
Grown for brilliant red fall foliage and winter twigs; too should be cut back severely in late dormant...
Yellow twigs and branches.