||Texas native with sword-shaped, grayish-green leaves and long blooming pinkish-red, tubular flowers appearing on tall spikes above the foliage. Well suited for mass plantings, adds vertical interest to the landscape. Attracts hummingbirds.
|Height x Width
||2-3' H x 2-3' W
||Requires little water once established.
||Fertilize in spring and mid-summer with a well-balanced fertilizer.
||Prune as needed to remove spent flower stalks. Requires little pruning.