bright red flowered perennial with 4 hours of direct sun
I need prompt help here GWers! (It is getting late in the season so supply of interesting plants is falling rapidly).
At first I thought it would be phlox ("Red Flame"?). But of course there must be tons of other possibilities.
It needs to be 3 feet tops in height and less than 18" in width...so pretty compact. As well it must be deer "resistant".
I thought maybe as an alternative to a phlox paniculata could be Lobelia cardinalis but w/o going into too much detail this garden is very much clay with not the greatest drainage. So the plant we choose must be a bit forgiving.
I am all ears!
This post was edited by rouge21 on Wed, Aug 14, 13 at 18:09