It won’t be long until one of the most beautiful wildflowers fires up the moist woodland borders like few other plants. I am talking about Indian Pink, known botanically as Spigelia marilandica. It is so showy it caused my son to get off his bike and take notice when he was around 11.
The Indian Pink is native to 17 states from Texas to Florida and north to Illinois and is cold hardy from zones 5-9. It is different from many other wildflowers in that it is easy to grow and makes an incredible plant for the shade or woodland garden. Your clump or stand will expand over the years and became the real showstopper in the garden.
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