|Longevity: HP (zones 5 to 9)|
|Average Height: 3 feet to 6 feet|
16" long fleshy purple-mottled leaves form a rosette from which a flower stalk grows to 6'. Tubular flowers are greenish white to yellow. The root has been used to treat dropsy, snakebite, diarrhea, and worms. Great specimen plant. Prefers dry soil and ours seems very tolerant of clay soils. Found from Ohio to S. Illinois south to Florida and Texas.