Orange/red/burgundy tubular flowers with yellow centers in May through July are clustered in whorls cupped by the fused upper leaves, foliage is somewhat glaucous and whitened beneath, bright red berries are eagerly eaten by birds, flowers attract hummingbirds and bumble bees, older stems develop exfoliating bark, grows as a short vine or a somewhat decumbent shrub, likes rocky soil and ledges.
3-6 foot Tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-8a
Native Range: Labrador through s CN to BC, south to e WY, OK, AR & n GA
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