Firecracker Flower Mix
Wildflower from West Coast Meadows
Looking for something to set your perennial display apart from others around the neighborhood? These exotic-looking blooms have only been recently introduced on the market. They're great companion plants to other late spring to midsummer perennials, where their unique flower form will peak out above the crowd, and once the foliage dies it'll hide under the rest of the planting. The thin stems, leaning elegantly with up to 20-25 flowers per stem are beautiful meadow accents and in pink and crimson, the blooms stand out in their environment. This species was originally discovered in 1870, growing wild in the fields around the redwood forests on the Pacific coast. Dichelostemma 'ida-maia' & 'pink diamond'