Dr. Leonard P. Perry, Extension Associate Professor, University of Vermont
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height x width: 30-36" x 24-30"
flowers: rich pink, mid to late summer
hardiness: USDA zones 3-9
interest: *richer pink than 'Croftway Pink', "tighter" flower heads
*introduction from Morden Expmt Stn, Manitoba
*supposedly powdery mildew resistant, but in our studies it is better than most but still gets some
*Pulmonaria 'Spilled Milk'-- compact cultivar with mainly white leaves, dark green flecked; tight cluster of pink flowers late spring to early summer; 9-12" x 12-15".
*Hemerocallis 'June Bug'-- golden yellow miniature with burgundy eyezone, mid June to mid July; 24" x 24".
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