- Flowers smell like grape soda
- Blooms in mid to late spring
- Silvery gray-green foliage with white stripes
- Low-maintenance perennial
- Deer tend to avoid
A great perennial for adding months of interest to the garden. Its lavender flowers appear in mid to late spring and smell like grape soda! Its swordlike, striped, green and white foliage adds months of vertical interest to the landscape. Plant as a specimen plant—or for a striking look, plant en masse. Grows 32-34 in. tall. Plant in full sun to partial shade. Zones 4-9.