Flowers appear in many-flowered false whorls which are densely packed into showy, cylindrical, terminal flower spikes.
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Unique and interesting tubular, two-lipped, bright scarlet-red flowers crowded into dense, globular, terminal flower heads.
Small star-like flowers bloom in May to June on upright racemes (each containing 15 to 20 flowers) about 2 inches in height.
Clump-forming perennial which features erect, terminal spikes (racemes) of large, cardinal red flowers on unbranched, alternate-leafed stalks.
Popularity of this plant comes from the unusual terminal spikes (6 to 15 inches in length) of sessile, rounded, fluffy, deep purple flower heads.
Reaches a height of 12 to 18 inches and produces terminal clusters of bright yellow four-petaled flowers in late spring.
Flowers that are cup-shaped, five-petaled, and bright yellow bloom primarily in terminal panicles from June to September.
Flowers bloom from late spring to midsummer on stiff stems rising from clumps of palmate compound green leaves.
Bell-shaped yellow flowers appear in both terminal and upper leaf axillary clusters from late summer to early autumn.
Clump-forming, dwarf cultivar of feverfew which typically grows only 8 to 12 inches in height and features small daisy-like flowers.