A smaller wildflower, more common in the Southeastern US, and in coastal plain regions, preferring well-drained and somewhat acidic soils. Generally a riparian plant that needs wet meadow conditions at a minimum, with a very unique “pitcher” type light fuchsia flower.
1'hx1'w. Wet to Medium Soil. Full-Part Sun. Pink bloom July-Sept.
These seeds were produced by our friends at Ernst Conservation Seeds in Meadville, PA.
Growing Tips: Cold Stratify 60 days. Or Fall seed, surface sow, needs light to germinate.