LITTLE REDHEAD INDIAN PINK
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! Morning sun is fine but it will need protection from afternoon sun.