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YES this is a real flower: Hot lips ....Psychotria Elata Affectionately known as Hooker’s lips, Psychotria elata with it’s colorful red flowers attracts many pollinators including butterflies and hummingbirds. One of the host plants for the golden silkmoth (Xlophane s adalia). Also known in some circles as Mick Jagger’s lips. Native to Tropical America, this specimen was found at the Butterfly Gardens in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica.
YES this is a real flower: Hot lips ....Psychotria Elata Affectionately known as Hooker’s lips, Psychotria elata with it’s colorful red flowers attracts many pollinators including butterflies and hummingbirds.
Duchesnea Indica is a quick growing, ornamental plant that spreads quickly to serve as a good groundcover. Popularly known as Indian Strawberry or Mock Strawberry. Suitable as groundcover, for container gardening and window gardens, these low growing plants do not require special care. In fact, they can withstand neglect. Read more: www.thelovelyplan...
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Foxglove - Candy Mountain Foxglove Candy Mountain, Digitalis 'Candy Mountain', is the first foxglove ever to have upward-facing flowers instead of the usual downward-facing ones! This unique feature allows you to view the beautifully speckled flower throats from above instead of having to get down on your knees to see their true beauty. In early summer, the rose pink flowers completely surround the strong flower spikes and make a dramatic look for the back of the border. biennial
Astilbe Advertisement Astilbe This low-maintenance perennial is a must for any shade garden that can supply moist, rich, well-drained soil. In midspring, the graceful, feathery plumes in pink, red or white complement light green fern-like foliage. Plant in masses for maximum impact in the garden. USDA Hardiness Zones: 3 to 8
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