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Echium amoenum (Red Feathers)

Upright, feathery plumes are russet-red blooming in spring and again in summer if deadheaded. The blooms rise above a mound of leathery, dark green, linear foliage. Compact, mounding habit. 1-2′ tall x 1-1.5′ spread. Full Sun.

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Zone Zone 4
Exposure Full Sun
Moisture Low Moisture
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Globular thistle-like white flowers contrast well with the red stems that they grow on. Silvery-green, spiny dissected foliage is white on the underside. Blooms in summer. Erect, clump form. 3′ tall x 1.5′ spread. Full Sun.

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In spring, long-spurred, waxy, lavender-violet flowers are held well above the foliage. New foliage emerges beige with a red tinge and mature to green and turns bronzy-red in fall. Dense, clump-forming habit 1-1.5′ tall x 1′ spread. Part/Full Shade

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