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Indian Pink Plants

Sale price$49.99

Quantity 25 Plants

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Trisha Woods
Love my Indian pinks

This plant was an excellent choice of color for my flower garden.

Indian pink plants prefer partial to full shade. Placing them in partial rather than full shade will increase their abundance and amplify their flowers.

Indian Pink Loves Well Draining Soil

The soil should be moist and well-draining, so water it at least weekly. When you put it in the ground, you can add to the perennial hardiness by mixing in a scoop of compost. This will enhance the blooms' color and make the foliage lusher.

Indian Pink Uses in Landscaping

This perennial can be put anywhere. Its rich ground is covered with beautiful flowers, including maroon and bright green blooms, which attract attention and can be used as the focal point of an area in your landscaping.

Indian Pink Plants Take Up A Lot Of Space

When planting it with other types, giving it a lot of space to grow would help them. Indian pink plants are used in landscaping when you need to take up a lot of space.

Indian Pink Does Amazing Alongside Shrubs

You may use Indian Pink alongside large flowering shrubs to populate the dirt below with greenery. It may also be the center of a circular bed framed by a stone or brick border. You can use it to border an area of your garden and when put together but in only one row.