- Blooms in late spring to early summer
- Gorgeous in cut-flower arrangements
- Glossy, deep green foliage
- Long-lived, low-maintenance perennial
- Deer tend to avoid
A standout in the garden and fresh floral arrangements! Coral Charm's up to 9 in., light coral-peach flowers cover the plant in late spring or early summer. The charming blooms will definitely attract the attention of visitors and passersby. The semi-double, bowl-shaped flowers also are eye-catching in fresh floral arrangements. A favorite of home gardeners, this sun-loving perennial also is a good choice for commercial cut flower production. Throughout the growing season, Coral Charm's glossy, deep green foliage is very attractive and ornamental. New growth is burgundy colored in the spring and turns a soft yellow in the fall. Growing 30-36 in. tall with a 24 in. spread, it grows best in full sun to partial shade. Plant several together to create a small hedge or as a foundation planting, or grow in the mixed perennial flower bed. Deer resistant. No. 1 root division with 2-3 eyes. Zones 3-8.