50+ A large and attractive group of perennials, some tall, with elegant, arching flower spikes and others of ground-cover stature. They prefer moist soils, where most will spread rapidly from underground stems. Despite this aggressive reputation, many garden species are more restrained, and their long-blooming, showy flowers are an indispensable part of summer borders and bouquets. Full sun or part shade. Water thoroughly after planting. Established plants can generally get by on less water, but most grow best if the soil remains evenly moist. Not fussy about soil. Although they prefer moist, well drained soil, it tolerates poor drainage; it is less vigorous and therefore less invasive in dry soil. It is recommend not to fertilizing at planting time and during the first growing season in your garden. Plants need time to settle in before being pushed to grow. Some taller species may require staking. Deadheading after flowers fade helps prevent unwanted seedlings. Divide in spring or fall. Pests are rarely a problem; occasionally rust or leaf spot might occur. These showy flowers will blooms from fall to summer. Instructions included. Combined shipping discount....all additional items ship free.