Why: Fireworks is an old-fashioned perennial that is easy to grow, long-blooming and very hardy. The tiny flowers are clustered into arching spires of brilliant yellow, bursting onto the scene in late July and continuing until autumn.
Where: Fireworks is one of the finest additions to the fall garden, combining well with other bold perennials.
Size: Reaches a height of 3 to 4 feet.
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