Indian Pink – Spigelia Marilandica
Indian Pink is an unusual wildflower native to the southeastern United States. It is an herbaceous perennial with emerald leaves and radiant red tubal flowers which peak with a star-shaped yellow tip. A long-blooming flower, it grows well in the shade and attracts pollinators like the hummingbird. Indian pink provides visual appeal throughout all four seasons and is described by the United States Department of Agriculture is one of the most attractive wildflowers in the country. A perfect addition to brighten up heavily wooded areas and create interest along creek banks.
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DetailsCurrent Stock:Description: Plant Name- Botanical Name - Indian Pink - Spigelia Marilandica Hardy Planting Zones- 5-9 Sun or Shade – Full shade to partial shade Mature Height - 12-38" Mature Width- 12-16" Bloom Season – Early summer (May to June) Gardener Status- Beginner