(INDIAN PINK) Native to the SE US, this unique woodland perennial lives in moist woods and streambanks. Glossy, ovate foliage in clumps topped in June by 20” stems of upward facing clusters of trumpet shaped, bright red flowers with flaring star shaped, yellow interiors. Grow in average to well drained, moist, organic soil in part to full shade. Got hummers? Deadheading extends bloom season.
USDA Z5-9 4" pot