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A showy herb with spikes of sapphire blooms. In the wild, found in moist areas, especially seeps and stream edges.
A great companion for its close relative, the crimson Cardinal Flower. Traditional uses as a potent medicinal herb. Less preferred by deer but sometimes browsed.
Height: 1′ – 4′ Blooms: August
Habitat: Moist, shade or part shade