Prairie shooting star is a low growing perennial very similar to Sierra shooting star. It needs the same growing conditions as other shooting stars, well drained, yet moist soil and sun for at least part of the day. It seems hardy and flowers in June like the others. Shooting stars die back and go dormant after flowering in their native habitat, but prairie shooting star is the only one that does that here.
'Red Wings' is a variety with dark magenta flowers. I grew mine from seed, so I can't be 100% sure it's this variety, but that was what the seed was labeled.