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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Spigelia marilandica-Indian Pink

Propagating Indian Pink is done either by dividing the root ball or by cutting. Present year’s growth in the fall and then wait until late spring to see if it rooted. It is hardy in Zones 5-9, reaches a height of 18"-24" and flowers late spring to early summer. It is native to the Southeast in moist woodlands. Its flowers are red with yellow tips and hummingbirds love its nectar growing in either in full sun or partial shade.

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