Lychnis (Lychnis Arkwrightii Vesuvius) - Grow this attractive plant from Lychnis seeds and have both gorgeous orange-red blooms and purple colored foliage. The combination is striking! This flowering Lychnis plant commands attention when it's in bloom during the summer months, and hummingbirds cannot stay away from the brightly colored flowers!
Lychnis (Lychnis Chalcedonica) - This Lychnis, also known as Maltese Cross or Jerusalem Cross, is easily established by sowing Lychnis seeds. Maltese Cross Lychnis Chalcedonica is an heirloom flower that has been grown in American gardens since Colonial times.
Lychnis (Lychnis Coronaria) - This Lychnis is also known as Rose Campion, and it is easily established from Lychnis seeds. It is erect with many-branches that have softly wooly, silver-gray leaves and stems. The plant gets 28 - 32 inches tall with a spread of 12 - 24 inches.
Lychnis (Lychnis Viscaria Splendens Rosett) - Also called Catchfly, this is a lower growing form of Lychnis which is easy to start from Lychnis seeds. Lychnis Viscaria Catchfly is known for exceptional hardiness, and it is tolerant of poor soils and little water.
Lychnis (Lychnis Viscaria Splendens Snowstar) - Grow this old-fashioned and sturdy cottage garden perennial from Lychnis seeds. White Lychnis Catchfly plants form a low tuft of grassy-looking leaves, bearing upright stems of fluffy double white flowers in early summer. Lychnis Catchfly flowers are excellent for cutting.