Incarvillea is a beautiful and rare plant with low growing clumps of glossy, deeply divided leaves. A tender perennial with large, exotic trumpet-shaped flowers that are deep pink with yellow tubes. The plant produces bunches of 8-10 blossoms per stem. This showy, early summer perennial bares clusters of 6-10 blossoms on 12"-15" stems and has an attractive rosette of lobed foliage. Each floret is a flared trumpet with ruffles at the edges and has some resemblance to a foxglove.
Excellent container plant and garden perennial that prefers full sun and fertile soil. Thrives best in a sunny location protected from winter winds. Keep faded blossoms removed to extend the bloom season of this showy perennial. Incarvillea is great in borders and rock gardens. Perennial Zones 6-9.