If burning bush has good fall color then this plant is a wildfire! Little Henry® is a useful native plant with lots of potential for the home landscape. It prefers moist soils and will tolerate wet conditions. It will grow in full sun to full shade, and requires little pruning or other maintenance. Little Henry® has lightly scented, pure white flowers that shoot like fireworks in the early summer horizon. Its mounded, compact stature makes it an improvement over older varieties such as the Henry’s Garnet’. Maturing at less than 3 feet tall, it is suitable for flooding large banks with mass plantings. It is also a delightful addition to the mixed border. Then when you’re not expecting anything more from this little wonder, its green summer foliage changes to a brilliant multitude of oranges and reds in the fall, making Little Henry® a rewarding experience through out all seasons.
Best if planted in moist, wet areas. Once established they will become drought tolerant. Adaptable to a range of pH. Best if pruned immediately after blooming. High moisture, native to swampy and boggy areas. Fertilize in early spring by applying a s
I love this little guy so much I went back and bought a second one! White wispy blooms in the spring and a wonderful red color on the leaves in the fall. It is also extremely hardy (due to some construction I had to move mine twice within the first year and it is still doing well and showing new growth)
Two weeks ago, I purchased one at Sandy Springs, Ga. Lowes Store. Now they have sold out, and I would like to purchase five more?