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Cardinal Flower Queen Victoria is a hybrid of Americas famous wild lobelia with deeper red bloom and dark burgundy foliage. Hummingbirds love them. (Lobelia cardinalis)...
A spectacular perennial for border and small space gardens, this vibrant Cardinal Flower’s violet blooms steal the show in the late season garden. Strong stems require no staking a...
Great Blue Lobelia (also called Blue Cardinal Flower) is a tough, hardy perennial with large leaves and gorgeous, light blue blooms. An easy to grow native that will thrive in a part...
Cardinal flower, also known as Lobelia, are the hybrids of the wild lobelia that most botanists call "America's most vivid wildflower." It lights up moist spots during mid summer, in both sun and shade, and is often visited by hungry butterflies and hummingbirds. The tall spires of color add great interest to the garden when most big blooms have finished for the season, and are lovely in a vase. Deer resistant.