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Truly rare and unusual plant selections that are sure to be a conversation piece. This category includes Almost Eden exclusive introductions.
 

Large tight clusters, reaching up to 4-6" across, of orange flowers sit atop sturdy curving 18-24" stems that emerge in early spring just before and as the new foliage is unfurling. A rare and unusual South African beauty, the Paintbrush Lily is a shade loving bulb for well-drained, lightly shaded sites and is a close cousin of the Blood Lily or Football Lily, Scadoxus multiflorus. Item# 10892.

Grows To: 18-24"H x 12-18"W
Outdoor Light: Part shade, Filtered Shade, Light shade, AM sun
Quart Pot / 30 fl.oz. / 887 ml
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An Almost Eden exclusive introduction! Clusters of 1" wide flowers whose rounded opposing bracts, that surround the orange and yellow true flowers, open a blush peachy pink and then lighten to creamy white as they age. Peach Blush Crown of Thorns, our own seedling selection of Euphorbia milii, is a vigorous cultivar with a naturally upright, well-branched habit eventually becoming vase shaped at maturity. It flowers heaviest from mid to late summer until about mid to late spring. The Crown of Thorns all make easy and forgiving indoor, porch, and patio specimen plants that are tolerant of the hottest full sun conditions as well as in a sunny window. Provide a well-draining cactus-like soil and never keep soggy wet. Established plants can flower continuously throughout the year when grown under frost and freeze free conditions and preferably when kept above 50oF. Item# 12720

Grows To: 2-4'H x 1-3'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun

Pedali Tree, Purple Radermachera Tree

Radermachera 'Purple' (similar to R. gigantea, syn. R. elmeri)

A rare and highly prized, the Pedali Tree or Purple Radermachera prodcues 2" wide light purple trumpets with contrasting yellow to orange beelines in the throat are produced throughout the growing season or yearround in warm tropical climates. A.k.a. Purple Radermachera Tree, this is a vigorous exceptionally free-flowering small tropical tree with glossy rich green foliage reaching about 20-25' high at maturity making it an excellent size as a smaller specimen in the landscape or as a street tree. Unlike many in the Radermachera genus this one lacks the fragrance but makes up for it with its flower show. It can also be grown as an indoor plant that is prized for its glossy green foliage but flowering is best where it receives direct sunlight. Item# 12015

Grows To: 20-25'H x 20-25'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun

Persian Carpet Flower

Ceropegia sordida, Edithcolea grandis

The fleshy deep green to reddish green 1/2" diameter, 4-5 angled, branched stems are adorned with small spikey thorns that produces 3-5" wide pale yellow to near white starry flowers that are overlaid with intricate burgundy and dark burgundy variegation reminiscent of a Persian carpet. It can flower any time of year and multiple times per year once fully mature and under good conditions. Like Stapeliads, this plant is pollinated by flies and has a rotten carrion like odor to attract them but you may have to put your nose in the flower to notice it as it does not seem to permeate the air. The Persian Carpet Flower, Edithcolea grandis newly reclassified as Ceropegia sordida, is an evergreen herbaceous succulent from tropical Africa that can build to 4-8"H x 12"W and is typically found growing in partially shaded to occassionally full sun conditions in dry desert-like regions. Its main requirements are soils with excellent drainage and warm temperatures, preferably not below about 60oF. The Persian Carpet Flower should make an easy summer porch or patio plant or even as a hanging basket where it receives at least some direct sunlight during the day to promote flowering. It can tolerate slightly more moisture when in active growth but should still be allowed to become moderately dry between waterings. Reduce watering in winter, especially if grown under cool conditions. These are well-established young plants that are already branching. Item# 12457

Grows To: 4-6"H x 12" or more wide
Outdoor Light: Cool early morning sunlight, Filtered sunlight, Part sun, Part shade, *Full sun
2.25 inch Pot / 9.7 fl.oz. / 287 m
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Pink Octopus Japanese Bellflower, Campanula

Campanula 'Pink Octopus' PP18885, EU25441

Hundreds of Japanese-lantern like buds open to display the unusual, downward facing, deep rosy pink flowers with strappy petals, that lighten toward their tips and are red speckled on the inside, are produced in late spring and early to midsummer with some repeat into fall. The flowers are held in large clusters of up to 50 flowers from the upright flower stems. Pink Octopus Japanese Bellflower, an unusually heat and humidity tolerant Campanula hybrid, is a clump forming, slowly spreading, 12-16" high perennial with feathery edged deep green foliage that makes an easy groundcover in full sun to part shade conditions. Provide an average moist soil in full sun but tolerant of drier soils in shaded areas once fully estagblished. Soils should be well-drained for optimum growth and flowering. Pink Octopus Bellflower was recommended for green roofs by Jimmy Turner while he was at the Dallas Arboretum and it performed quite well in their Perennials for Purgatory trials. Photos courtesy of Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc., www.terranovanurseries.com, all rights reserved. Item# 12861

Grows To: 10-16"H x 18-24"W and slowly spreading
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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The large rounded clusters of deep purple to nearing black, star-shaped, slightly fuzzy flowers are centered by a deep red, star-shaped, button-like corona that are produced in spring and summer with some sources suggesting that the flowers are fragrant. Red Buttons Hoya, a selection or hybrid of Hoya pubicalyx, is a vigorous twining tropical vine to epiphyte with wide, ovate, deep green foliage that is splashed with silvery flecking. New foliage and vines are often a deep purple to deep burgundy. This an easy and reliable cultivar well suited to hanging basket culture, as a table top specimen, and is vigorous enough to grow on a small trellis or other support. Item# 12677

Grows To: 6-12''H and trails/climbs to 3'L or more
Outdoor Light: Light shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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The large rounded clusters of deep purple to nearing black, star-shaped, slightly fuzzy flowers are centered by a deep red, star-shaped, button-like corona that are produced in spring and summer with some sources suggesting that the flowers are fragrant. Red Buttons Hoya, a selection or hybrid of Hoya pubicalyx, is a vigorous twining tropical vine to epiphyte with wide, ovate, deep green foliage that is splashed with silvery flecking. New foliage and vines are often a deep purple to deep burgundy. This an easy and reliable cultivar well suited to hanging basket culture, as a table top specimen, and is vigorous enough to grow on a small trellis or other support. Item# 12677

Grows To: 6-12''H and trails/climbs to 3'L or more
Outdoor Light: Light shade
2.25 inch Pot / 9.7 fl.oz. / 287 ml
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This very rare red flowered form of Chinese Hat produces red tubular blooms that emerge from the Chinese hat-like red calyxes are produced from late summer to autumn along the arching stems of this unusual shrub. An excellent late summer and fall flowering shrub-like to die-back perennial for a sunny location. Easy and begins flowering just in time for the Hummingbird migration southward. Provide a deep winter mulch in the northern portions of its range. Item# 11486

Grows To: 4-10'H x 5-7'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part sun
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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The Red Firecracker Fern produces loads of 1" showy red tubular flowers that are born in large loose clusters along the arching ferny stems throughout the warmer months of the year or nearly year round where winters are mild. Excellent for Hummingbirds! This is a durable and long-lived, clump forming perennial that requires little additional care once well-established. The Firecracker Fern has excellent heat and sun tolerance as well as moderate drought resistance once well-established. It is even listed as being suitable for xeriscaping. Firecracker Fern, Russelia equisetiformis, is listed as a Texas A&M Outstanding Coastal Plant as it has excellent resistance to soil and wind born salts, though it could use some protection from harsh, drying winds. It is also an RHS Award of Garden Merit selection. It can be used as a low informal hedge, allow it to spill over walls, enjoy it as a hanging basket, window box, or container specimen, as well as in mixed container gardens. Item# 417

Grows To: 2-4'H+ x 3-5'W+
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Redneck Nation Alabama Witch Alder, Fothergilla

Fothergilla milleri 'Redneck Nation'

Dense bottlebrush-like flowers composed of fragrant frilly white to cream colored flowers are produced atop the tips of the bare stems in late winter or early spring. Redneck Nation Fothergilla or Witch Alder is a moderately dense growing small to medium sized deciduous suckering native shrub with showy gray-green and bronze new growth that matures to blue-green in summer and produces fall color in shades of red, orange, and yellow. This species is new to science as of 2020! The the cultivar name is in honor of its original discovery by botanist and naturalist Fred Nation in Baldwin County, Alabama and the species name honors Dr. Ron Miller. Provide an average moist, well-drained, acidic soil in full to partly sunny location for optimum vigor and flowering. Redneck Nation Fothergilla can be used as a low growing and low maintenance informal hedge or as a specimen plant in the garden and landscape as well as in naturalistic settings. Flowers will be similar to those shown although this is an image of Mt. Airy Fothergilla. Item# 12165

 

Grows To: 3-5'H x 3-5'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
3.5 inch / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Ruby Necklace, Little Pickles Plant

Othonna capensis 'Ruby Necklace', Crassothonna capensis

Purple, purple tinged to green oblong succulent foliage to about 1" long adorns fine purple stems and is topped by sweet sunny yellow daisies on short fine stems that open on sunny days in late spring, summer, and fall and attract smaller pollinators. This purple to purple tinged form of the Little Pickles Plant, Othonna capensis 'Ruby Necklace', is a suprisingly hardy evergreen perennial, into zone 5!, and develops into a low dense mass of succulent foliage and stems commonly spreading to 12-18" wide or where it is allowed to trail it can reach 36" long. It has the deepest foliage color in full to mostly sunny sites but is also tolerant of partial shade as well as in sunny windows indoors. Use Ruby Necklace in mixed container gardens, as a groundcover, in rock gardens, or allow it to spill from baskets, containers and over rock walls. Super easy and rewarding! It is drought resistant but is also suitable under average moisture conditions as long as it has good drainage. Salt spray, wind, and heat tolerant. Item# 12267

Grows To: 1-4"H x 12-18"W or trailing to 36"L
Outdoor Light: *Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun, Filtered shade
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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Ruby Throat Red Porterweed

Stachytarpheta mutabilis 'Ruby Throat Red'

The nearly 1/2" wide ruby red flowers adorn the narrow elongating spikes of this large growing Porterweed from spring to frost. We are excited to be able to finally offer this true red flowering form of the ever popular Coral Porterweed! Ruby Throat Red Porterweed is a vigorous large type Porterweed that can easily exceed 3' high. The Ruby Throated Hummingbirds along with a host of butterflies are sure to search this beauty out and enjoy its rich near continuous supply of nectar. These are heat and sun loving tropical plants that have excellent flower power and will show off in a non-stop fashion throughout the growing season! Item# 12377

Grows To: 3-4'H x 3-4'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Schinz's Carrion Flower, Starfish Flower, Starfish Cactus

Stapelia schinzii var. angolensis, Ceropegia schinzii var. angolensis, Gonostemon schinzii var. angolensis

The thick, smooth, succulent, upright to trailing stems are rounded to 4-angled and tend to be green and purple when grown in high indirect light but become burgundy under full sun conditions. In summer Schinz's Carrion Flower produces 3-5" wide burgundy to brownish yellow starfish-shaped flowers that have a fringe of purple to burgundy club-shaped hairs dangling from the edges of the petals and tremor at the slightest breeze attracting insects for pollination. Like the larger growing Starfish Cactus, the flowers produce a light scent of rotting meat to attract their main pollinators - flies. This is an easy to grow succulent that will readily multiply into a dense mass of short upright stems and where allowed to trail the stems can grow to exceed 18" long. Provide full sun to bright indirect sunlight in a very well-draining, cactus-like soil for optimum vigor, health and flowering. Makes an easy windowsill, porch, or patio plant whose unusual flowers are sure to be a conversation piece. It can tolerate slightly more moisture when in active growth but should still be allowed to become moderately dry between waterings. Reduce watering in winter, especially if grown under cool conditions. These are well-established young plants with multiple plants per pot. Item# 12633

Grows To: 4-6"H and trailing to 18"L
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun, Cool early morning sunlight, Filtered sunlight, Bright shade
2.25 inch Pot / 9.7 fl.oz. / 287 m
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2022 Missouri Botanic Garden Plants of Merit selection! Clusters of dangling, 6-8" long, spike-like clusters of small urn-shaped white flowers are produced at the ends of the branches in spring and may be followed by showy yellow seed capsules that remain even into winter. The flowers are highly prized by native bees and by apiarists for producing Sourwood honey. The Sourwood, Oxydendrum arboreum, is a beautiful, deciduous, medium to large tree adorned with glossy green foliage that becomes deep fiery red in fall if grown in sunny conditions. It has a naturally pyramidal habit, especially when younger, and generally grows 20-40' high but may reach 70' under ideal conditions. The Sourwood is commonly found with wild azaleas, rhododendrons, Pawpaws and other acid loving species ranging from central Louisiana to southwestern Pennsylvania. It needs an acidic, loamy, well-drained, moist to average moist soil rich in organic matter and will likely benefit from an organic mulch applied over the root zone. The foliage has an acidic flavor giving the tree its name. Item# 12606

Grows To: 20-40'(-70')H x 10-25'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade

Splish Splash Mottled Red Bird Cactus, Jacobs Ladder, Red Slippers Spurge, Devil's Backbone, Jacob's Ladder

Euphorbia tithymaloides 'Splish Splash', Pedilanthus tithymaloides 'Splish Splash'

The beautifully mottled, splashed, and flecked yellowish, chartreuse, and deeper green variegated succulent ovate foliage adorns the zig-zagging stems of this upright growing succulent and summer may bring a ring-like cluster of 1" long deep red, bird-shaped flowers that attract hummingbirds and give the plant its common name. The Splish Splash or Mottled Red Bird Cactus is an easy to grow highly decorative form of this heirloom and Florida native plant that has an easy and forgiving disposition creating fantastic, architecturally pleasing specimens. A shrub-like native of tropical forests of southern Florida and as far south as Central America, it makes an easy porch or patio plant where it partial shade to bright shade but can also be enjoyed as an easy indoor plant.  Allow the soil to become somewhat dry between waterings although it can tolerant more moisture when in active growth and less during winter. Item# 12608

Grows To: 4-8'H x 2-3'W
Outdoor Light: Part shade, Part sun, Filtered shade, Bright shade
2.25 inch Pot / 9.7 fl.oz. / 287 ml
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St. John's Hibiscus, Kokio Hibiscus, St. John's Rosemallow

Hibiscus kokio subsp. saintjohnianus

Deep pumpkin orange single flowers with long elegant staminal columns and recurving petals. A rare orange subspecies of the native Hawaiian Kokio Hibiscus, St. John's Hibiscus produces a year round display of 3-4" wide flowers on a moderately vigorous naturally large growing tropical Hibiscus that can easily be maintained as a container specimen where not hardy. Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and other pollinators. Item# 11036

Grows To: 4-6'H x 3-4'W in containers, up to 20'H
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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String of Dolphins, Dolphin Plant, Flying Dolphins

Curio x peregrinus, Senecio x peregrinus, C. peregrinus

Unusual bluish-green to gray-green foliage is shaped like dolphins leaping from the water and are attached to thin succulent trailing stems that can reach over 36 inches in length. The String of Dolphins or Dolphin Plant is considered to be a hybrid of the String of Pearls, Senecio rowleyanus, and the Candle Plant, Senecio articulatus. Like its parents, it prefers a soil with excellent drainage and cool sunlight to high indirect light making this an easy choice for a covered porch, patio, or windowsill. May produce white discoid flowers in fall that are very similar to those of the String of Pearls. Allow the soil to become moderately dry between waterings although it can tolerate slightly more moisture when in active growth. To learn more about how to care for this plant see our Cactus and Succulent Growing Guide. Item# 12172

Grows To: 3-6"H x 12-36"L
Outdoor Light: Cool sunlight like early morning or late evening, Part sun, Light shade, Filtered shade
2.25 inch Pot / 9.7 fl.oz. / 287 ml
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The ovate, pointed, succulent, blue-green to gray-green foliage is adorned with fine streak-like veins reminiscent of a watermelon rind and may also be coated in a white bloom. Like the String of Pearls, this easy to grow succulent has a clear, slit-like "epidermal window" that allows light to enter the internal part of the leaf. The String of Watermelons, Senecio herreanus, is a tropical, trailing succulent whose thin trailing stems can reach 12 or more inches long. During the warmer months of the year it produces small, ray-less white flowers enjoyed by bees and other small pollinators. Provide a sharply draining, cactus-like soil allowing it to become moderately dry between waterings although they can tolerate slightly more water during the growing season. The String of Watermelons makes an easy windowsill plant, hanging basket specimen, and table top decoration or use it in one of the head pots for an interesting specimen plant. Provide high or bright indirect light outdoors but they can also tolerate some cool direct sunlight indoors. Item# 12675

Grows To: 1-2"H x Trailing to 12-18"+L
Outdoor Light: Bright shade, Filtered shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Rare and Unusual! The large 7-10" wide dark magenta flowers are held against contrasting variegated deep green foliage that is edged in a narrow band of white and pink and even the buds are intrestingly striped in green and white. Summer Carnival Hardy Hibiscus is a rare variegated form of Perennial Hibiscus flowering from summer into early fall with a compact branching habit. This is sure to be a fun plant in the garden and landscape! Provide a full to mostly sunny location in moist to average moist to wet, moderately fertile soils. Images courtesy of Walter's Gardens, Inc., all rights reserved. Item# 12068

Grows To: 4-5'H x 5-6'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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In summer, clusters of tubular buds open to starry, pure-white flowers that attract bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and likely hummingbird or Sphinx moths as well. The Swamp Azalea, Rhododendron viscosum, is a native deciduous shrub growing to about 6'H x 3-5'W that is native from East Texas and along the Gulf Coast as well as long as all along the Eastern Seaboard and into southern Maine. In the Pineywoods this species is typically found in consistently moist soil near bogs and small streams and is the only locally native (west central Louisiana) species of Rhododendron to flower in summer. In sunnier sites, the Swamp Azalea can produce burgundy and yellow fall color. Provide a moist to average moist loamy soil rich in organic matter and mulch with a breathable organic material such as pine straw or pine bark. Even though it is common to more moist sites, it can tolerate short periods of drought once fully established and should perform well in average moist garden soils provided it is properly mulched and receives some midday shade. Item# 12742

Grows To: 4-6'H x 4-6'W potentially larger with age
Outdoor Light: Full sun (N regions), Mostly sunny (N regions), Part shade, Part sun, Filtered shade
Quart Pot / 30 fl.oz. / 887 ml
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Sylvia Goodman Hibiscus

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Sylvia Goodman'

The 4-5" wide buttery yellow flowers are centered by a contrasting deep red to burgundy eye at the base of the staminal column and is surrounded by a broad halo of white. Sylvia Goodman is an unusual Tropical Hibiscus with a vigorous upright to rounded growth habit and has exceptional flower power producing a potentially year-round display of its showy blossoms. The flower coloration, vigor, and growth habit are similar to Sport of Sports or Yellow El Capitolio which may be in this cultvar's lineage.  Provide a full to partly sunny site in a rich fertile, acidic soil with good drainage for optimum vigor and flowering. Sylvia Goodman Tropical Hibiscus can also be used as a formal or informal shrub for hedging and screens, trained into tree standards, or even trained into large espalier. Item# 12700

Grows To: 6'H x 3-4'W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade, Part sun
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Taiwanese Akebia, Chocolate Vine

Akebia longeracemosa

Long drooping clusters of showy, fragrant deep maroon red female and male flowers are produced in late spring and over a long period on this somewhat tame twining woody vine. Pollinated flowers are followed by bright blue fruit similar to Akebia quinata or the Five-Leaf Akebia. The foliage of the Taiwan Akebia is a little thicker and is generally tardily deciduous but may remain nearly evergreen in the warmer parts of its cold hardiness range. A little less vigorous than the Five-Leaf Akebia making it a suitable candidate for medium sized trellises or allow it to twine along or through a fence. Rare and unusual. Item# 11546

Grows To: 8-15'H
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part sun, Part shade
4.5 inch Pot / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
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Temple Bells Pieris, Lily of the Valley Bush, Andromeda

Pieris ryukyuensis 'Temple Bells', P. japonica

The large waterfall like clusters (racemes) of white, bell-shaped flowers that are produced in late winter and early spring and last for weeks, absolutely shine against the dark green foliage covering the upper and outer portions of this easy evergreen shrub. Temple Bells Pieris, Pieris japonica 'Temple Bells', is a small to medium-sized evergreen shrub with a slow rate of growth. The glossy deep dark green ovate foliage that emerges in red to bronze shades and finally to medium green before deepening in color adding to this plants seasons of interest. This member of the Blueberry family, Ericaceae, is one of the more shade tolerant evergreens but it is perfectly happy in morning sun to filtered shade. Temple Bells Pieris will do best in a moist to average moist soil rich in organic matter, with average or better drainage and will happily grow anywhere that Azaleas, Camellias, and Japanese Maples thrive. It is more tolerant of calcareous soils than most members of this family, including in the midwest, but acidic soils are probably optimal. Provide an organic mulch and use slow release fertilizers that are labeled for acid loving plants. I pass by these shrubs in my mother's garden on the north side of her house twice a day and never tire of its welcome flowers during the dreary days of late winter when we are so ready for spring! Item# 1190

Grows To: 4-6'H x 3-5'W
Outdoor Light: AM sun, Part shade, Light shade, Part sun, Sun in N climates

Texan Trailing Phlox

Phlox nivalis ssp. texensis

An exceptionally rare species found only in 4 Texas counties, Texan Trailing Phlox is a low growing groundhugging perennial that produces clusters of deep fuchsia pink Thrift-like flowers held above the low trailing stems that are densely covered in short needle-like deep green foliage. The flowers attract butterflies large and small alike. This evergreen native perennial needs excellent drainage and is typically found growing on sandy pimple mounds. It can be used as a groundcover in the garden and landscape where soils have excellent drainage. Texan Trailing Phlox, Phlox nivalis ssp. texensis, also makes an easy and forgiving container plant with stems that can trail to 12" or more. In containers use a cactus-like mix and preferrably unglazed terra cotta containers. Item# 11966

Grows To: 6-9"H x 12-18"W
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sunny, Part shade
3.5 inch Pot / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
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Large tight clusters, reaching up to 4-6" across, of orange flowers sit atop sturdy curving 18-24" stems that emerge in early spring just before and as the new foliage is unfurling. A rare and unusual South African beauty, the Paintbrush Lily is a shade loving bulb for well-drained, lightly shaded sites and is a close cousin of the Blood Lily or Football Lily, Scadoxus multiflorus. Item# 10892.

Grows To: 18-24"H x 12-18"W
Outdoor Light: Part shade, Filtered Shade, Light shade, AM sun
Quart Pot / 30 fl.oz. / 887 ml
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