Spigelia m. ‘Little Redhead’ (common name Indian Pink)
Another one that the name says it all…or at least a lot. A June / July bloomer (some reblooming late summer) native, easy to grow (actually enjoys well drained evenly moist soils), attracts hummingbirds, full sun to semi shady conditions, great in ground or containers, cut flower, mixed perennial plantings, cottage gardens, woodland edge along creeks, and of course those blooms are wonderful red tubular flowers tipped and colored inside yellow, born along a stem of several flowers in a row.
*Likes loamy well drained soils with even moisture. Very hardy. 24”high and wide.