Lobelia cardinalis


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Noun1.Lobelia cardinalis - North American lobelia having brilliant red flowersLobelia cardinalis - North American lobelia having brilliant red flowers
lobelia - any plant or flower of the genus Lobelia
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Cardinal flower (Lobelia cardinalis) is a closely-related Midwest native that boasts showy spikes of red flowers.
These are a variety of Lobelia cardinalis which thrives in my damp soil.
BE bold with colour - a perfect combo is the vibrant red blooms and purple leaves of Lobelia cardinalis and dahlia Bishop of Llandaff thrusting up between the green and yellow leaves of the striped canna striata.
Lobelia cardinalis is lovely and ligularia with large round burgundy leaves and yellow flowers is sure to add a splash of colour.
A dynamite little combination of plants for fans of flaming colors is Cardinal-flower (Lobelia cardinalis) with Fire-pink (Silene virginica), Eastern Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis), and Indian Pink (Spigelia marilandica).
and Lobelia cardinalis (Devlin & Stephenson, 1985), both with
But what about the perennial giant Lobelia cardinalis? It is a real eyecatcher, with deep scarlet flowers on 90cm (3ft) stems of deep bronze-purple leaves.
But what about the perennial giant Lobelia cardinalis? It is a real eye-catcher with deep scarlet flowers on 90cm (3ft) stems of deep bronze-purple leaves.
Among others, this list includes Agastache scrophulariaefolia, Aristolochia serpentaria, Carya laciniosa, Hamamelis virginiana, Hybanthus concolor, Ilex verticillata, Lobelia cardinalis, Huperzia lucidula, Lycopus virginicus, Triosteum aurantiacum, Triphora trianthophora, and Ulmus thomasii.
Lobelia cardinalis `Queen Victoria' has striking claret red foliage and stems and scarlet flowers in late summer.
sibirica, hostas, day lilies (Hemerocallis), astilbes, and the marvellous scarlet Lobelia cardinalis.