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Image of Ligularia x hessei

Jesse Saylor

(Hess Ragwort)

Freely forming many flowerspikes of golden yellow, daisy blossoms above the mid-green, coarse foliage, Little Rocket ragwort blooms in mid to late summer. A clump-forming, V-shaped, hardy herbaceous perennial, this hybrid resulted from a cross between popular cultivars 'The Rocket' and 'Little Lanterns' ('Laternchen').

The large, rounded leaves are medium green in color and often are heart or kidney shaped. In midsummer, many tall, brown-red stems that are stiff rise above the compact foliage...

Image of Lobelia cardinalis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Cardinal Flower)

Cardinal flower is a short-lived herbaceous perennial native to much of eastern North America. Its glossy dark green, slightly toothed leaves and stems have a purplish tint. In summer, vivid red flowers open successively from the bottom to the top of tall spikes, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. The plant dies back in fall to a semi-evergreen basal rosette.

Cardinal flower grows it best in partial shade and moist to wet, fertile soil with lots of organic matter, making it ideal for use...

(Cardinal Flower)

Elm Fire cardinal flower is a short-lived herbaceous perennial selection native to eastern North America. Its glossy deep red, slightly toothed leaves and stems add bold garden impact. In summer, scarlet flowers open successively from the bottom to the top of tall spikes, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. The plant dies back in fall to a semi-evergreen basal rosette. It is often regarded as an ornamental improvement upon 'Queen Victoria'.

Cardinal flower is best in partial shade and moist...

(Cardinal Flower, Eulalia Berridge Cardinal Flower)

Cardinal flower is a short-lived herbaceous perennial native to eastern North America. 'Eulalia Berridge' has glossy dark green, slightly toothed leaves and stems with a purplish tint. In summer, vivid reddish pink flowers with white throats open successively from bottom to top of tall spikes, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. The plant dies back in fall to a semi-evergreen basal rosette.

Cardinal flower prefers partial shade (especially in hotter climates) and moist to wet fertile soil...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Cardinal Flower, Golden Torch Cardinal Flower)

Vivid in flower and foliage, the Golden Torch cardinal flower is a short-lived herbaceous perennial selection native to eastern North America. Its glossy chartreuse to yellow-green, slightly toothed leaves and stems add bold garden impact. In summer, very bright blood red flowers open successively from the bottom to the top of upright spikes, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. The compact plant dies back in fall to a semi-evergreen basal rosette.

Cardinal flower prefers partial shade and...

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Grandiflora

(Cardinal Flower, Queen Victoria Cardinal Flower)

Queen Victoria cardinal flower is a short-lived herbaceous perennial selection native to eastern North America. Its glossy maroon, slightly toothed leaves and stems add bold garden impact. In summer, scarlet flowers open successively from the bottom to the top of tall spikes, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. The plant dies back in fall to a semi-evergreen basal rosette.

Cardinal flower prefers partial shade and moist to wet fertile soil with lots of organic matter, making it ideal for...

(Kalm's Lobelia)

This native to extreme southern Canada and the northern tier of the United States is an herbaceous perennial that is found growing in the moist soils along ponds and rivers, including bogs.

Variable in its mature height, it usually has a basal clump of oblong oval leaves that are medium green. In mid to late summer, stems grow either barely or very high above the foliage and hold bicolored lavender/light blue and white blossoms in airy clusters. The flower is five-petaled: three downward petals...

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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Blue Shadow Kalm's Lobelia, Kalm's Lobelia)

Handsome upright stems bearing dark blue and white flowers makes the Blue Shadow Kalm's lobelia a garden gem. This native to extreme southern Canada and the northern tier of the United States is an herbaceous perennial that is found growing in the moist soils along ponds and rivers, including bogs.

Forming a handsome mass of foliage in garden conditions, it usually has a basal clump of oblong oval leaves that are medium green. In mid to late summer, stems grow either barely or very high above...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Hybrid Lobelia, Kompliment Dark Red Lobelia)

Spikes of deepest red flowers grace the vigorous and fast-growing 'Compliment Deep Red' hybrid lobelia. Members of the Compliment Series are waist-high plants developed by Ernst Benary, Inc. of Germany. They are good garden performers that produce flowers in shades of blue, deep red, purple, light pink, rose, scarlet and deep red shades. These tall bedding plants are perfect for cutting and will continue to bloom through summer with regular deadheading.

The adaptable and showy Lobelia...

Image of Lobelia x speciosa

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Hybrid Lobelia, Kompliment Mix Lobelia)

Members of the Compliment Series are waist-high plants developed by Ernst Benary, Inc. of Germany. They are good garden performers that produce flowers in shades of blue, deep red, purple, light pink, rose, scarlet and deep red shades. The cheerful 'Compliment Mix' comprises all cultivars in the series. These tall bedding plants are perfect for cutting and will continue to bloom through summer with regular deadheading.

The adaptable and showy Lobelia x speciosa is an upright...