Good to know: A red and yellow flower that's called 'pink'. Go figure! Actually truth be told the common name 'pinkroot' is so named as the root bleeds a pink juice that among other things has been historically used as a dye. A plant that has successfully grown in sun, shade or woodland settings. Needs moisture, tolerates clay soils but needs good drainage. Be careful cultivating in spring as this plant is slow to emerge from the ground.

Common name: Indianpink

Zone: 5-9

Height: 1-2'

Spread: 12-18"

Bloom: June-July

Light requirements: sun to part shade is best

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