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Lychnis viscaria ‘Feuer’
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Lychnis viscaria Feuer

May–June.



<i>Lychnis viscaria</i> ‘Feuer’

Lychnis

German Catchfly

A relative of Dianthus, the genus name of this low maintenance, easy-to-grow perennial comes from the Greek word lychos, meaning “lamp,” and it is clearly an attempt to describe the light that comes from the splendid-for-cutting flower clusters that can brighten any garden space.

Narrow, almost grasslike, green and often evergreen leaves form neat rosettes, while sticky stems earn the strange common name of “Catchfly.” Tolerant of poor soil and dry conditions, Lychnis captures plenty of attention when placed front and center along a pathway, in a crevice or atop a wall.

Lychnis viscaria ‘Feuer’ full sun

Bearing profuse clusters of fiery red, five-petaled blooms, this Lychnis species is splendid indeed. The vitality of the smouldering flowers against the tufts of cool green foliage offers an encore as other spring blossoms begin to fade.

Size: 20" high x 12" wide; hardy to zone 4.

Lychnis viscaria ‘Feuer’ (P-1217)
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