This upright, evergreen clumper (3’h x 2’w) has great sculptural qualities! The linear leaves are arranged in an orderly fashion and have a formal look. Long blooming clusters of white flowers in May – June are graceful and stand above the leaves. The leaves on our plant take on a fantastic copper burnish during the colder months, which is not mentioned in any of the literature for this species, so we wonder if we have something special (or if we have the wrong name)? Prefers rich, moist, well drained soil and a warm sunny position.