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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Lobelia, Kompliment Pale Pink Lobelia)

Spikes of light pink flowers grace the vigorous and fast-growing 'Compliment Pale Pink' 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

James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Lobelia, Kompliment Purple Lobelia)

Spikes of purple flowers grace the vigorous and fast-growing 'Compliment Purple' 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 x...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Hybrid Lobelia, Kompliment Scarlet Lobelia)

Spikes of vibrant red flowers grace the vigorous and fast-growing 'Compliment Scarlet' 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...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Fan Burgundy Lobelia, Hybrid Lobelia)

The relatively compact members of the Fan Series were developed by Ernst Benary, Inc. of Germany. They are good garden performers that produce flowers in shades of blue, red, burgundy and salmon shades. These upright 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 herbaceous bedding plant with spikes if red, pink, white or mauve-blue flowers in summer. A cold-hardy...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Fan Deep Rose Lobelia, Hybrid Lobelia)

Providing a more adaptable plant for a wider array of soils and moisture, the Fan Deep Rose hybrid lobelia is a branching knee-high plant that's short-lived, quite cold hardy and usually grown as an annual or biennial. It is the result of complex hybrid crosses. A tetraploid (having twice as many chromosomes as normal), it grows more robustly, slightly bigger in its reddish coral-rose flowers and nicely branching from its base.

The bronzed thick upright stems are usually lined with green to bronze-green...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Fan Salmon Lobelia, Hybrid Lobelia)

Providing a more adaptable plant for a wider array of soils and moisture, the Fan Salmon hybrid lobelia is a branching knee-high plant that's short-lived, quite cold hardy and usually grown as an annual or biennial. It is the result of complex hybrid crosses. A tetraploid (having twice as many chromosomes as normal), it grows more robustly, slightly bigger in its salmony pink flowers and nicely branching from its base.

The thick upright burgundy stems are usually lined with green to bronze-green,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Fan Scarlet Lobelia, Hybrid Lobelia)

Providing a more adaptable plant for a wider array of soils and moisture, the Fan Scarlet hybrid lobelia is a branching knee-high plant that's short-lived, quite cold hardy and usually grown as an annual or biennial. It is the result of complex hybrid crosses. A tetraploid (having twice as many chromosomes as normal), it grows more robustly, slightly bigger in its scarlet flowers and nicely branching from its base.

The thick upright reddened stems are usually lined with deep red to reddish bronze,...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Lobelia, Kompliment Blue Lobelia)

Spikes of rich violet-blue flowers grace the vigorous and fast-growing 'Compliment Blue' 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...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Hybrid Lobelia, Monet Moment Lobelia)

Vividly colored for late summer garden excitement, 'Monet Moment' is an upright plant that bears spikes of hot pink flowers with hints of magenta and violet. A short-lived perennial that is cold hardy, it is the result of complex crosses. Developed by Thurmon Maness of Pittsboro, North Carolina, this hybrid is tetraploid (having twice as many chromosomes as normal) and is the reason for the massive flowers and stems.

The thick upright stems are lined with green, pointed oval leaves that can have...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Lobelia, Ruby Slippers Lobelia)

Vividly colored for late summer garden excitement, 'Ruby Slippers' is an upright plant that bears spikes of crimson-red flowers. A short-lived perennial that is cold hardy, it is the result of complex crosses. Many regard it as the best red-flowering lobelia to use in the garden.

The thick upright stems are lined with green, pointed oval leaves that can have hints of bronze. From late summer to early autumn, the tops of the stems are a blend of tiny leaves and scores of tubular, two-lipped flowers...