(Silene regia ‘Royal’)
Royal Catchfly is a native clump-forming perennial flower that is commonly found growing in dry rocky areas of prairies and woodlands throughout the central and southeastern United States. This plant grows to the height of 3-4' and features taproots that sprouts multiple stems that are surrounded by several pairs of 5” lance-shaped leaves and five petaled, scarlet red flower blooms. This plant can easily be grown in containers and hanging baskets, and also attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds!
Variety: Royal Catchfly
Grown as: Perennial
Native Range: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee.
Ease of Growing: Easy
Maturity (Blooms): Summer
Light: Full Sun To Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Medium. Should retain moisture.
Attracts Beneficial Insects?: Yes. flowers that attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds.
Sow Depth: 1/8"
USDA Zone: 4a-8b
Produces: taproots that sprouts multiple stems that are surrounded by several pairs of 5” lance-shaped leaves and five petaled, scarlet red flower blooms.
(Rudbeckia hirta 'Black-Eyed Susan')
(Rudbeckia Hirta ‘Gloriosa Daisy’)
Gloriosa Daisy is a native tender perennial flower that is commonly found growing in fields, woods, prairies, and along roadsides throughout the eastern United States. At maturity, this plant reaches the height of 1-2' and features 3-7” hairy lance-shaped leaves, 5-9” daisy-like flowers that have orange to yellow petals that have a red ring around a brown dome center. This plant attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, tolerates drought and light frost, is resistant to deer, self sows, and is great as a cut flower!