Callirhoe involucrata has bright 2" wine-red, cup-shaped flowers that are borne on low growing stems of lobed green foliage. Commonly referred to as Wine Cups, Callirhoe involucrata's stems stretch out from the center to cover a wide area or weave between other plants, but does not root at the nodes.
Callirhoe involucrata is native to much of the United States, mostly in the central portions but also in other scattered areas.
Callirhoe thrives in full sun and well-drained soil and is great for hot, dry sites. This perennial self-sows where happy.