Spigelia marilandica
Indian Pink

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Part ShadeBird Friendly
DESCRIPTION
Indian Pink
Spigelia marilandica

Indian pink is an excellent source of nectar for hummingbirds when it blooms in June. Plants form clumps with glossy green foliage topped by crimson red, trumpet-shaped flowers tipped in yellow. When a large colony is in bloom, it is a spectacular site.

BENEFITS
Underused plant, provides a stunning burst of color for shade gardens
Outstanding source of nectar for hummingbirds
Easy to grow plant with a tolerance for a wide conditions
Beautiful choice for dry shade
NATIVE INFO

Native Range

Moist woods and coves; North Carolina to Indiana south to Texas and Florida.

Interesting Facts

Hummers have a fast breathing rate, a fast heartbeat, and a high body temperature. They must feed at least every 10 minutes all day.

GROWING TIPS

Grow in part sun to full shade. Grows in a variety of soils, from moist to dry, shade to partial sun. A very hardy plant, though it is best planted by the end of July for reliable success in gardens and containers. Prefers not to be transplanted once established.

Mature Size: 18-24in. Wide x 15-18in. Tall

Hardiness Zone: 5-9

Sun Exposure: Part Shade

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