These American natives have a definite wildflower look, witherect single stems, finelydivided leaves, and tubular red (or yellow-and-red) flowers. Individual plants are narrow and somewhat startling in appearance;best massed. They survive on rainfall but can take irrigation if grown in a watered border. Sow seeds in spring or early summer for bloom thefollowing summer.
Native from Californiato British Columbia, eastto Rocky Mountains. To 2 1/2 ft. high and 1 ft. wide. Flowers are red marked yellow (sometimes pure yellow), about an inch long, borne in long, narrow clusters.
Yellow-striped foliage in clumps to 4 ft. tall, 5 ft. wide, with silvery white flower plumes to 6 ft. ...
Bright pink flowers.
Reaches 3 in. tall, 1 1/2 ft. wide, with cylindrical leaves and a summer-long display of rich purple f...