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Until ‘Pink Cotton Candy’, most cultivars only had purple-pink flower spikes, a shade some folks find hard to coordinate with other colors. Just like the sugary confection, this cultivar is a clear light pink. For up to two months of flowers, keep it deadheaded to encourage more spikes. As the flowers finish, cut the stems down so the stub won’t show above the tidy mound of foliage. With very few problems that bother it, the foliage looks great right up until winter.
Type Perennial Blooms Light pink spikes in early to midsummer Light Full sun Soil Moist, well-drained Size 18 to 24 in. tall and wide Hardiness Cold-hardy in USDA zones 4 to 9
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