All Summer Beauty Mophead - 1 gallon
All Summer Beauty Mophead - 1 gallon A wonderful, long blooming variety of pastel tones, pink or blue as your soil dictates, often some of each on one shrub, with large but not oversized flowerheads. It blooms from secondary buds along the stems, so once established it can produce blooms even after a late spring freeze and continue until the first fall frost. The flowers age with wonderful hues of sea green, muted rose, and faded turquoise. Height to 4 feet or a bit more. Zones 6 - 9.
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