- 2-in., trumpet-shaped, red and yellow blooms
- Blooms in late spring to early summer
- Grows 24-28 in. tall
- Attracts hummingbirds
- Grows in full sun to part shade
Indian Pink, a native perennial found in woodland areas, blooms in late spring to early summer—and is a good choice for extending the wildflower season. This selection of the species is vegetatively propagated to ensure uniformity. Trumpet-shaped, 2-in., red and yellow blooms open above glossy green foliage and attract hummingbirds. Grows 24-28 in. tall with a 20-24 in. spread. Ideal for planting as a focal point, in cottage gardens, or grown in a container or patio pot. Also makes a showy cut flower. Requires good drainage. Plant in full sun to partial shade. Zones 5-9.