White-Eyed, Blue BlossomsBlue-with-Eye Lauana is an award-winning, top-performing variety of lobelia with large, vivid flowers. This popular choice of gardeners is not only low-maintenance but produces a multitude of gorgeous blooms that last from spring through fall. The delicate blossoms display delightfully blue petals with a splash of pristine white in the center. They bloom in such profusion that they literally seem to blanket the plant! Your Blue-with-Eye Lauana Lobelia will grow up to a foot in height with an equal spread. It has a semi-upright habit and compact nature. Blue-with-Eye is more heat tolerant than some other lobelias and also has some cold resistance. Plant a Blue-with-Eye in a hanging basket where it can really shine and draw in the fluttering butterflies that will flock to its impressive display. These also work well in porch planters to fill in around taller plantings, but are also able to stand alone as a specimen planting.There are many Lobelias to choose from and Blue-with-Eye is in the Proven Winners collection, so certainly a stellar choice. A long-blooming plant that requires little or no maintenance, this exceptional plant is an easy choice to make for your yard, and will certainly wow your family with its full and lush display this summer. * Beautiful, long-blooming flowers* Works well in containers* Heat tolerant* Cold tolerant.
Scarlet Spike Attracts Butterflies All SummerThe Lobelia ‘Queen Victoria Cardinal Flower’, Lobelia fulgens, has unique dark red, almost scarlet, spiked flowers with burgundy foliage. Blooming from summer into early fall, ‘Queen Victoria’ has a plant height of 3′ and a spread of 12-18″.’Queen Victoria’ needs to be planted in full sun, but can tolerate some afternoon shade. It does prefer moist soil but should be planted in a well-drained area. ‘Queen Victoria’ attracts hummingbirds and butterflies and looks great in mass plantings, in any perennial garden. *Scarlet Flower Spikes all Summer*Burgundy Foliage*Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds.
Pink on Burgundy All SeasonThe Lobelia Monet Moment, Lobelia ‘Monet Moment’, also known as Cardinal Flower, has unique, large masses of rose pink spiked flowers with burgundy foliage. This is a late season dynamo because it has great flower production from late summer to fall. Fast, easy and rewarding, this lobelia has columns of bright pink flowers that last longer than most Lobelia, and are fragrant as well!It has a plant height of 36′ and a spread of 12-18″. ‘Monet Moment’ needs to be planted in full sun, but it will take a surprising amount of shade and still bloom like crazy. It does prefer moist soil but should be planted in a well-drained area.’Monet Moment’ attracts hummingbirds and butterflies and looks great in mass plantings in any perennial garden. Also use this plant in your herbaceous borders, on the edge of a pond or stream, or in a wild garden. Try pairing ‘Monet Moment’ Lobelia with Veronica ‘Royal Candles’ or Hibiscus ‘Kopper King’. The color is absolutely stunning, so this is one plant not to be without!* Rose Pink Flowers All Season* Burgundy Foliage* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds.
Dese Spikes of Bright Blue in Late SummerThe Cardinal Flower ‘Great Blue’, Lobelia siphilitica ‘Great Blue’, is a hardy Cardinal Flower bearing tall, leafy spikes of clear blue flowers. This plant will reach 3 feet tall with a slightly smaller spread and is somewhat deer resistant. ‘Great Blue’ is a clump-forming perennial with upright leafy stems. It blooms from late summer to mid-autumn, and it bears dense spikes of light to bright blue tubular, two-lipped flowers with a more prominent lower lip; long lasting blooms. This Cardinal Flower prefers deep, moist soil and should be fertilized every two weeks in spring and early summer to improve flowering. Plants may be trimmed as they die back in hot summers. Use for edgings, near water, or in a mixed or herbaceous border.* Long lasting blooms* Looks great along edges* Bright blue blooms thru mid Autumn .