Queen of the Prairie , also known as Meadowsweet, (Filipendula rubra) is a large plant, native to some of the eastern states of the US. It thrives in part-shade with moist but not soggy soil. Feed it with compost or rotted manure and it will grow to 4' high and spread to 5-6' wide. It is not invasive, but it is easily divided in spring or fall.
I have had mine for several years and nothing seems to eat it, and it has survived all kinds of winter and summer weather. It has a light sweet fragrance that is attractive to small bees like sweat bees.