- Clusters of yellow flowers with spicy fragrance
- Native deciduous shrub
- Naturalizes well
- Drought tolerant
- Deer tend to pass it by
This multi-season beauty is lovely to look at and produces a luscious spicy scent that attracts Swallowtail butterflies by the droves. Tiny yellow blooms nestle into light green foliage in the spring and summer. In fall the leaves turn bright yellow for another season of beauty. Great for naturalizing. Tolerates clay soils, droughts, dense shade and deer. Grows to 8-12 ft. tall with an equal spread. Zones 6-7. 12-18inThis plant attracts butterflies.