This plant has no fragrance
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Indian Shot Overview
This is a perennial species, the leaves are ovate-lance-shaped and dark green. The flowers are produced in racemes of bright red to orange medium blooms in the summer.
How to propagate Indian Shot
You should sow the seeds in the spring or the autumn, divide the rhizomes in the early spring.
Other uses of Indian Shot
Grown for their striking flowers and ornamental foliage. They are generally used for summer-bedding displays and container growing. Suitable for coastal conditions. Attracts humming birds in suitable geographical locations.