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‘Little Henry’ is a dwarf version of the native species.
Small white flowers are attractive to butterflies and other insect pollinators. In the fall the foliage consistently turns shades of bright oranges and reds.
Prefers moist, humusy soils, but tolerates a wide range of soil conditions. Itea needs little maintenance. In spring, after new growth begins to emerge, one may remove stems that aren’t showing signs of life but do not prune until you see signs of new growth.
Height: 1.5-2 ft.
Spread: 2-2.5 ft.
Bloom time: June to July
Sun: full sun to part shade
Water: medium to wet
Hedge, Rain Garden
According to Rutgers University, Itea are “seldom severely damaged” by deer.
photo credit: KHQ Flower Guide