Little Redhead Indian Pink
Bright Blooms Draw In the Pollinators
If you've got a spring wildflower garden in mind, we suggest adding some Little Redhead to the mix. It blooms later than the average wildflower, keeping the area bright and colorful until summer flowers take the baton. The color is brilliant, too, a bright red that tells pollinators exactly where to find nectar, bringing butterflies and hummingbirds into your garden. It's a strong performing new variety of Indian Pink, a native US plant, that'll grow in a sunny spot or even with some light shade. It also tolerates a little extra moisture or some slight drought well.