Jupiter's Beard, white blooming
I love the deep hot pink Jupiter's Beard because it adds so much to my flower vases, flower arrangements taken from my cutting garden and roses and even sometimes stuck into the bloooms from my Incrediball white hydrangeas- flowers for cutting is why I began to grow plants, almost everything in my beds have flowers which I will cut for a vase. I try to have vases of flowers all over the house - including very small ones for the bathrooms, from spring to mid/late fall.
I would love to try the Jupiter's Beard which is white blooming which would be even much more versatile than the hot pink, really.
A couple of questions, I can't tell from the pitures I found on the internet - are the blooms on white Jupiter's Beard just like the deep hot pink blooms or do the blooms look a little different?
Does the plant flower and re-flower as easily as the deep pink Jupiter's Beard?
Another question please - if I plant some white blooming Jupiter's Beard near my hot pink bloomers, will the white take on a pink tinge or will the blooms remain true white?
I'm planning to order a seed packet this evening and am planning to experiment with a few of them to try to get a few started and get them into the ground to see if they will survive the winter - though I usually start my seeds in late March.
I appreciate any help or comments regarding this plant, thanks so much.