DWARF GOAT’S BEARD
Goat’s Beard is normally reserved for the back of the border, but this dwarf variety gives you the option to bring its great texture closer to the border’s edge. Clump-forming, fern-like foliage adds great dimension when mixed with hostas or brunnera. Creamy white flower spikes emerge in early summer and are held above the leaves for butterflies to adore. Can handle morning sun, but do not allow the soil to dry out. Flower spikes can be cut after blooms are finished to keep this plant looking tidy.