Get ready to have your garden be the center of attention throughout the summer months when this selection begins its prolonged, outstanding bloom. Sure, you and maybe even your neighbors will be walking by to take a look but the local native insects, butterflies, moths and hummingbirds will be out there, too, jockeying for position to get a crack at one of their favorite nectar sources. It’s a good thing ‘Eva’ blooms so long, starting in July and continuing into September with plant topping cones of stunning pink flowers with deep pink eyes. These flowers are fragrant and perfect for cutting for a vase if you can keep the critters from being angry! Plant ‘Eva’ in open, sunny areas for the best results… it is outstanding in groups, but needs great airflow around it to help prevent powdery mildew.