Common Name:-BLUE BEDDER / Type:-PERENNIAL / Light:-FULL SUN / Water:-LITTLE TO MODERATE / Color:-RED / Bloom Time:-SUMMER TO EARLY FALL / Height-40” / Width:-48” / Comments:-Long bloom season***. Large, vermillion red blooms begin once it gets hot in the summer and the blooms don’t stop until it freezes in fall. Its showy blooms are great for hummingbirds. Makes a very large, easy going plant- up to 5 ft wide or more. Flowers rise above loose, nearly relaxed foliage. Give it plenty of room. Dies completely to the ground, but comes back well the next year. / Garden Notes:-***Deadheading and cutting plant back as desired as it gets too lanky through summer will encourage more blooms and a denser, more compact plant.