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(Maltese Cross)

Pink Maltese cross forms globular clusters of light pink flowers atop tall, hairy stems. A perennial native to European Russia, it attains an upright, clumping habit with medium green, oval leaves. The hairy foliage is basal as well as clasping the tall, unbranching stems.

In early to midsummer, the stems are topped by domed clusters of five-petaled, light pink flowers. Each petal is deeply lobed, almost V-shaped, and surrounds a deeper pink tuft of stamens. Both butterflies and hummingbirds...

(Maltese Cross)

There may be no perennial more attractive to hummingbirds than Maltese cross. The Summer Sparkle Series includes plants with globular clusters of scarlet, white or pink flowers atop tall, unbranched, hairy stems. These perennials native to European Russia have an upright, clumping habit with medium green to yellow-green, oval hairy leaves that form a basal rosette and also clasp the flower stems.

In early to midsummer, the stems on cultivars in the Summer Sparkle Series are topped by domed clusters...

Image of Lychnis coronaria photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Rose Campion)

Rose campion is a biennial or short-lived perennial native to southeastern Europe. It is grown for its old-fashioned, small, flat, magenta to red flowers (pink- and white-flowered forms are also available). The flowers appear in late spring or summer on tall branching stems above basal clumps of downy, silver-gray leaves.

Grow rose campion in full sun to light shade in average, well-drained soil. The leaves — which are most silvery in dry soil and full sun — contrast effectively with darker-leaved...

Image of Lychnis coronaria

James H. Schutte

(Rose Campion, White Corn Rose)

Rose campion is a biennial or short-lived perennial native to southeastern Europe. It is grown for its old-fashioned, rounded, flat flowers. The cultivar 'Alba' bears pure white blooms. They appear in late spring to summer on tall branching stems above basal clumps of downy, silver-gray leaves. Seedlings of 'Alba' also have white flowers.

Grow rose campion in full sun to light shade in average, well-drained soil. The leaves — which are most silvery in dry soil and full sun — contrast effectively...

Image of Lychnis coronaria

James H. Schutte

(Rose Campion)

Rose campion is a biennial or short-lived perennial native to southeastern Europe. It is grown for its old-fashioned, small, flat, magenta to red flowers (pink- and white-flowered forms are also available). The flowers appear in late spring or summer on tall branching stems above basal clumps of downy, silver-gray leaves.

Grow rose campion in full sun to light shade in average, well-drained soil. The leaves — which are most silvery in dry soil and full sun — contrast effectively with darker-leaved...

Image of Lychnis flos-cuculi photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Ragged Robin)

Loving moisture and having a humorous name, ragged robin bears frilly flowers in late spring and summer that are pink. A tufted perennial with basal leaves that sends up tall, slender and leaved stems, it is native to the moist meadows of Europe.

The leaves are dark green, but have a blue-green cast. They are slender and oblong and are concentrated near the base of the somewhat spreading stem. From late spring to early summer, slender stems rise upward with clusters of pretty flower buds - each...

(Ragged Robin, White Ragged Robin)

Loving moisture and having a humorous name, white ragged robin bears frilly flowers in late spring and summer that are snow white. A tufted perennial with basal leaves that sends up tall, slender and leaved stems, it is native to the moist meadows of Europe.

The leaves are dark green, but have a blue-green cast. They are slender and oblong and are concentrated near the base of the somewhat spreading stem. From late spring to early summer, slender stems rise upward with clusters of pretty flower...

Image of Lychnis flos-cuculi

James H. Schutte

(Jenny Ragged Robin, Ragged Robin)

This moisture-loving lychnis, Jenny Ragged Robin ('Lychjen'), bears wispy flowers in late spring and summer that are a soft, lavender-pink. A tufted perennial with basal leaves that sends up tall, slender, leafy flower stems, it is native to the moist meadows of Europe.

The leaves are dark green, but have a blue-green cast. They are slender and oblong and are concentrated near the base of the plant. From late spring to early summer, slender stems rise upward with clusters of pretty flower buds,...

Image of Lychnis viscaria photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Sticky Catchfly)

With tufts of slender leaves and pretty, tubular, star-like flowers in early summer, the sticky catchfly is a classic cottage garden favorite. It is a clump-forming perennial with slender, unbranched stems that are sticky to the touch.

This native of Europe and western Asia has a rosette of long, lance-shaped, dark green leaves that are evergreen where winters are mild. In early summer it develops tall, dark stems topped with vibrant pink flowers that are tubular with flaring petals at the mouth....

(Snowbird Sticky Catchfly, Sticky Catchfly)

With tufts of slender leaves and delicate white blossoms in early summer, this low-growing catchfly, 'Snowbird,' is a lovely alpine beauty. A small clumping perennial with slender, unbranching stems that are sticky to the touch, it is native to Europe and western Asia. The mid-green leaves are long and lance-shaped, and grow mostly at the base of the stems in a tuft. In very mild winter climates, they are partially evergreen. In early summer, tall, dark stems produce airy clusters of white flowers...