Feathery open plumes of small pink/white flowers on slender hairy stems from July through September, semi-evergreen maple-shaped leaves grow in attractive loose clumps and vary in color from green to bronze and burgundy, does great in woodland settings as well as rock gardens & cliffs, prefers a little shade when grown down south.
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9b
Other names: Mapleleaf Alumroot
Native Range: NY to n. GA, west to AR
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