With brilliant red flowers in clusters atop long slender leafless stems, fire pinks are a delightful invitation to hummingbirds. From a rosette of dark green foliage, the stems arise 1-1½’ tall to display the red, five-petaled flowers from mid-spring to early summer. This clump forming herbaceous perennial plant prefers well drained, acidic, poor nutrient soils in filtered shade to sun. Fire pink is ideal for a rock garden, woodland garden with low competition or rocky/sandy slopes.
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