I hope everyone had a great weekend.
One of the new flowers that I planted last fall in the garden is now starting to bloom.
Breed by Master lobelia gardener Thurman Maness of Pittsboro, North Carolina.
This perennial lobelia has massive heads of exquisite rose pink spiked flowers.
A wonderful pollinator flower that the bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds are really going after right now.
It is hardy in zones 4 to 9 in full sun to part sun.
Mine gets afternoon shade and is doing very well.
I am loving this new plant already so I am certain it will be getting some companions like it to be planted elsewhere in the garden for late summer blooming.
Everyone have a wonderful week and take care out there in this hot humid weather.