Keiskeia japonica var. hondoensis
Japanese Frost Columns
This woodland plant forms a large semi-woody, shrub-like, fountain-shaped clump blooming late September to October with snow white, bottlebrush flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. A welcome addition to the shade garden, providing late season color and height. Stems form beautiful ice crystals on the first hard frost of the year. A short-lived, but fascinating and beautiful event to look forward to.
Full-part shade. Height 3’. Spread 3-5’. Zones 3-8.
2 in stock