Also known as woodland pinkroot or Indian pink, clum forming perennial in shady, moist woodland area. Native in southern US. Best in partial shade or at least light shade area. Red and yellow showy flowers in late spring to early summer. Attracts humming birds, bees and butterflies. Also gives shady spot some color! USDA zones:5-9. Mature size:1′-2′(H) X1′-2′(W). Propagate by seeds, division. Toxic to animals.