This vibrant red wildflower is called "fire pink" and is native to the U.S. It is endangered in some States but luckily grows all around me here in the mountains of Georgia. It is pollinated by the ruby throated hummingbird.
I am a big proponent of native planting as it helps the environment and wildlife. Planting native means what you plant will grow, no need to add chemicals to increase production because natives will survive and thrive. A healthier ecosystem for wildlife as well. So say good bye to invasive plants such as privet, nandina, vinca etc. etc. the birds and bees will love you!