Classic fall and winter blooming evergreen shrubs that are gaining in popularity in the PNW. Large growing with stems lined in whorls of intricate divided 2′ long leaves. New growth emerges bright red before settling to blue green. In November – February luminous yellow flower spikes are also very fragrant and beckon to over wintering Anna’s hummingbirds. To 8′ tall and 6′ wide producing multiple trunks in time. Part shade and rich, well drained moisture retentive soil. Though very tolerant of dry conditions when established. Big cool winter blooming shrub. High deer resistance.