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Image of Lilium speciosum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Japanese Lily)

Japanese lily produces magnificent, fragrant, curvaceous flowers atop tall leafy stems in late summer. This hardy perennial from eastern China and Japan is a knockout! Stems often have a slight purplish tint to them and are topped by 6-15 buds. Flowers are broad and beautiful: usually pendulous, they have recurved petals and are tinted rosy-pink and white with dark red freckles. The anthers are light green and terminate in large maroon anthers teeming with pollen.

Japanese lily performs best...

Image of Lilium speciosum var. rubrum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Red Japanese Lily)

Red Japanese lily produces magnificent, fragrant curvaceous flowers atop tall, leafy stems in late summer. This hardy perennial from eastern China and Japan is beautiful and desirable to say the least. Stems are purplish brown and topped by 6-8 buds. Flowers are outrageoulsy showy and fragrant. They are usually pendulous and have tremendously recurved petals that are deep, powdery coral-pink with white streaking and dark coral-pink freckles. Some describe the color a "carmine pink". The anthers are...

Image of Lilium superbum photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Turkscap Lily)

American Turk's cap lily blooms in late summer with curving orange-red and spotted flowers that hang downward, nodding in the breeze. Hailing from the moist meadows and woods of the eastern United States, this lily can have as many as 40 flowers on one stem. Leaves are an attractive green in color, narrow yet pointed and are arranged in many number in whorls on the stem. Swallowtail and frittilary butterflies love to visit this lily's flowers.

Turk's cap lily needs a moist and rich soil, preferably...

Image of Linaria vulgaris photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Butter and Eggs)

Named for the butter-and-egg color scheme of its spurred flowers, this rampant perennial is native to Europe but naturalized over most of North America, where it is a common weed of waysides, vacant lots, and other disturbed sites. It is listed as a noxious weed in much of the western United States.

The erect leafy stems of this hardy perennial arise from a network of rapidly spreading underground rhizomes. The abundant, light green, narrowly lance-shaped leaves taper at the base. From late...

Image of Linnaea borealis photo by: ©Pennystone Gardens

©Pennystone Gardens

(Twinflower)

Found in cool forests throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, this carpeting evergreen is well worthy of bearing the name of Linnaeus, father of modern botany. In spring and early summer, pairs of delicate, fragrant, pale pink flowers dangle from short wiry stems, above low mats of small, shiny, rounded leaves. Twinflowers spread vigorously in favorable conditions.

Give this dainty woodlander a cool, moist, humus-rich, acid soil in partial shade. Mulch the surrounding soil with shredded oak...

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...