They call it ‘Autumn Joy’, but it’s a pleasure all-year-round! Of course, fall is when it really struts—the blooms turning rosy-pink and then coppery-red. Winter looks good on it, too, especially when snow piles up on the platforms made by the spent flowers. Spring brings joyful impatience for warmer days—Autumn Joy is one of the first plants to leaf out! In summer, the plant has a sculptural quality, like a bonsai tree or a bunch of broccoli. Plant this star at the front of your entryway garden, in foundation beds or as part of a mixed border foundation beds where it will shine in all seasons.