Grown from a rhizome, this plant seems to particularly well suited to Treasure Valley soil and weather. It grows and multiplies freely with very little care. It can more in a multitude of sizes and most of all the colors of the rainbow. Some hybrids recently developed are called re-blooming, first blooming in the spring and then again in late summer or fall.
This plant has a fire-resistance score of 8, meaning it should be planted 30 feet or greater from your home.