"Pasque" comes from Old French for Easter, its general bloom time. Wide open and not afraid to stand their ground, these large, soft red or pink flowers with a cluster of bright yellow stamens in the center top thick fuzzy stems. They're followed by fluffy ornamental seed heads that remain for a long time so don't deadhead. Good soil drainage is ideal and best results occur in cool climates where plants are also more apt to tolerate drier conditions. They need consistent moisture in hot summer climates and are best left undisturbed once established so that they can form a nice floriferous clump. 10" x 10".
Minimum temperature: -20° F