The nectar from the cherry red blooms of this prolific ‘pincushion’ must be sweet, for it’s one of your best bets for enticing butterflies & bees to the garden. Dozens of spherical, 2,” deep scarlet bloom clusters with contrasting white “pins” sit atop long-branching stems Spring thru Fall – perfect for cutting (lasting up to 2 weeks in a vase.) Cool as a dried flower, too! EASY & fast, just cut it back to 6” whenever it needs refreshing. Self-sows. To 2'-3’ tall & 1’ wide.