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Indian Pink

Extends the Wildflower Season

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Indian Pink

Extends the Wildflower Season

  • 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.
SKU: 75770
$9.99
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Grows in zones: 5-9
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  • Botanical Name: Spigelia marilandica
  • Height: 12-24 inches
  • Spacing: 12-16 inches
  • Depth: Plant at same depth as in shipping pot.
  • Spread: 12-18 inches
  • Light Required: Partial Shade, Full Shade
  • Color: Red
  • Size: Bareroot
  • Blooms: Late Spring, Early Summer
  • Zone: 5-9
  • Germination: 14 - 21 Days
  • Form: Perennial
  • Flower Form: 2" upward facing, trumpet-shaped blooms, that are yellow inside and flare at top to form five pointed lobes.
  • Soil Requirements: Dry Soil
  • Pruning: Shaping and cleaning up spent flowers. After flowering
  • Foliage: Glossy green, ovate to lance-shaped leaves.
  • Comments: Genus name honors Adrian van der Spiegel (1578-1625), professor of anatomy at Padua.

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