Height: 1-2 ft
Spread: 1 ft
Bloom Time: April-July
Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Very Dry
The bright red flowers of Fire Pink are 1 or more inches wide and loved by hummingbirds for nectar. Each of the narrow petals have a characteristic notch at the end. Leaves on this species are mainly at the base of the plant. As a catchfly, its flower parts are sticky to deter non-pollinating insects from stealing its nectar. Grows in dry, rocky soils.