Incredibly quick growing and easy-breezy, this 6’ high and 5’ wide, old-timey cottage garden denizen can’t be beat for fast thrills! Tumbling off the ends of many arching, multi-branching stems, its vibrant, brightest-pink, bead-like flower clusters bob around in the breeze to provide movement and Summertime fun! Scented and long blooming, too. Handsome, large, heart-shaped leaves make it even more garden-worthy. Watch for next year’s volunteers when the weather warms up – you’ll have lots! Rich soil for best show! First grown in the U.S. by Thomas Jefferson.