Common Name: Indian Pink, Woodland Pink Root
Part sun to light shade, medium to moderately dry moisture level, organically rich or sandy loam soil, slightly acid to neutral pH. 12-14 inches height, blooms in late spring, red and yellow flowers, will self-sow.
Germination Code: C(60). Seed may require several months to germinate.
Native Region: Statewide
Desirable, clump-forming woodland garden plant. Easy to grow and does well in gardens. Requires 2-3 years to reach its full flowering potential. Promptly removing old blooms in spring will produce a repeat bloom in summer as long as soil moisture is adequate. Does not compete well with aggressive plants. No disease or pest problems. Attracts hummingbirds.