LITTLE REDHEAD INDIAN PINK

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Description

In the wild, this clump forming native selection can be found in woodlands and along streambanks. In the landscape bed, it is an underused stunner. Beginning midsummer, blood-red, tubular flowers with yellow interiors begin to burst open. Flowers are held above the upright clump of dark green, glossy foliage, creating a beacon for hummingbirds. Sporadic reblooms appear through Fall. Plant in moist soils, but good drainage is a must!

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Light Needs