This is a fun perennial that does well in poor soil, loves it hot and dry. However, when in bloom it does help to give it some water to support the blooms.
This crazy looking, fun perennial does well in zones 5 through 9. It grows to a height of about 36″ and typically blooms in May and June. This is also known as ‘Torch Lily’ which is really a pretty accurate description of this beauty.
Come fall it’s a good idea to cut the stems back and apply a heavy layer of mulch if you are in zone 5.
See if you can’t find a few of these for your garden this spring.
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Until then, by any and all means stay inspired!
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