Incarvillea delavayi, also known as hardy gloxinia, is a lovely selection for the garden. With velvety, deciduous foliage, it grows to 24" tall and produces showy pink or white flowers. The flowers appear in late spring to mid-summer. They're fragrant, too, and great for cutting. Plants self-sow readily from seed. Many gardeners include hardy gloxinias in their butterfly gardens. They are also suitable for container gardens, and can be grown indoors.
To learn more, read our article, Discover Hardy Gloxinias.