Lobelia cardinalis

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Synonyms for Lobelia cardinalis

North American lobelia having brilliant red flowers

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Lobelia fulgens will give you purple foliage and red flowers while lobelia cardinalis is a stunning plant, 3-4ft tall with crimson blooms and deep bronze foliage.
It's a bit ridiculous, because the intense late summer colours, like the red Salvia fulgens, bright as a neon sign, and the scarlet Lobelia cardinalis, are still giving us all they've got.
To fill it, purchase plants such as canna, Lobelia cardinalis, and soft rush (Juncus effusus 'Spiralis').
Toward the end of summer, when the soil has had a chance to dry out, taller plants may be found in the low, wet woods (such as Lobelia cardinalis, cardinal flower, and Vernonia fasciculata, ironweed).
Marginals that flourish in depths up to 23cm (9in) include water mint, an attractive, fast-growing evergreen with mauve flower heads in summer; bog arum, Calla palustris, with long-lasting white spathes; and the magnificent Lobelia cardinalis, with dark red foliage and scarlet flowers on tall stems, which will also grow in shallower water.
Bestsellers over the three-day event were the more traditional grasses and flowers; Zebra Grass, Montbretia and Lobelia Cardinalis.
Cannas, lobelia cardinalis and red leaf anternanthera are some examples.
Lobelia cardinalis, which grows wild on marshy lakesides, woodland clearings and moist places, comes from north America, where it thrives from New Brunswick in Canada to Florida in the south.
There are two wonderful Lobelias, too - the scarlet cardinal flower, Lobelia cardinalis, and the rich blue L.
THE red of helichrysum Hot Bikini looks great teamed with the bright red blooms of the dahlia variety Bishop Of Llandaff and lobelia cardinalis.