The petals change from pale buff yellow to ivory white, and the teacup-shaped cups are a sun-proof, baby-girl pink. The lovely flowers, borne in clusters of 3-5 per stem, emit a sweet fragrance. A prolific perennial from the late Grant Mitsch. Late.
To account for the differences between the climates of the Southeast and West, we have split the "warm" end of our hardiness ratings. In the example Hardiness Zone: 4-7 S / 4-9 W, the first number of each range (4) indicates cold hardiness. The second numbers (7 and 9) indicate the limits of a plant's range in the Southeast (S) and West (W).