Clusters of small, white-throated, pale pink, bell-shaped flowers appear for several months from midsummer above the mounds of mid-green foliage. This pretty perennial is perfect for the middle of a sunny, mixed or herbaceous border, where it will mix happily with richer pinks, white and most shades of blue or purple. For the best results chose a well-drained site as it doesn’t like waterlogged winter soils.
Remove the faded blooms regularly to prolong flowering. Cut back in spring when new shoots appear low down on the stem.