From early to midsummer, ‘Ice Ballet’ forms gorgeous clouds clustered with small, fragrant, tiny white ¼” flowers. Atop 3-3.5" tall stalks with lance-shaped, dark-green 3-6” leaves, flowers are a magnet to hummingbirds and butterflies. After the flowers come attractive seed pods (to 4" long), which release silky-haired seeds borne by the wind. Flowers stay fresh in a vase. Western milkweed variety’s compact, clump-forming plants are easily grown in medium to wet soil in full sun.