Growing Conditions: These flowers need full sun and dry to moist soil. They don’t need extra water but thrive at the edge of a pond.
Flowers: The petals have slight pink tints, and the plants grow to a height of three feet.
Flowering Season: Most flowers will bloom in spring, but summer rains will bring occasional flowers until frost.
Leaves: They are narrow and emerald green in color. Note that leaves are subject to growing spots or drying out.
How To Plant: Plant in the ground at a depth of about eight inches. These can tolerate being planted much deeper for cold protection as well.
Where To Plant: Mix into perennials such as Four O’clocks or with grasses. They are excellent to naturalize in wet meadows.
Our Bulbs: We ship mature bulbs for $22.