Texas native. Incredible rose-red snapdragon-like flowers all summer on neat durable short plants that spread to 15 inches across. It’s an attractive rock garden plant. It is drought tolerant, heat loving and sun loving. Skullcap will hold its bloom from late spring until early fall. Pink Texas Skullcap has Thyme-like foliage and has a dense growth habit, remaining neat and compact. It can however benefit and responds well to the occasional shearing, which will prevent it from getting thin in the middle.
Plant in full sun, in dry areas. It can be planted near agave, Yucca, and lavenders.