Height x Spread: 125cm x 50cm
Producing dark purple-pink flowers in late summer, this Eutrochium has the same flower size as the taller varieties but on a shorter plant.
The clumps will form quickly and division every other year is a good idea. They are easy to grow and will tolerate heavier soils which are moisture retentive. They are loved by butterflies and other beneficial insects, so are brilliant for a wildlife garden. Leave the clumps standing at the end of the flowering season to enjoy their seed heads during the winter months.
Synonym: Eupatorium maculatum (Atropurpureum Group) 'Red Dwarf'