Indian Pink (Spigelia marilandica)
Indian Pink (Spigelia marilandica)

Indian Pink (Spigelia marilandica)

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Spigelia marilandica
Missouri Wildflowers Nursery's Native Plant of the Year for 2012. When in bloom, Indian Pink is impossible to ignore. It is one of the showiest native plants Missouri has to offer.

It is a long-lived and hardy perennial. Use it in a bed where you and hummingbirds can enjoy it. While it prefers average moisture & dappled shade, it will tolerate a wide range of conditions. The plants often maintain attractive foliage until September. Deadheading can sometimes encourage a second bloom in July or August.

Uses: shade garden, hummingbirds, rain gardens, envy
Bloom time: June - July

Height: 1.5 to 2 feet
Space:  24 to 30 inchees

Sun:  Medium sun to shade
Moisture: Averge to moist

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