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  • cindy zelek-nelson

    add to perennial garden area

  • Laura Gilmore

    diascia integerrima "twinspur"

  • Margery Taylor

    Diascia Plant | How to Grow Twinspur | Growing and Caring for Garden Plants Caring for Twinspur in the Garden Once Twinspur is established in the garden the tips of the young plants should be pinched; this will encourage bushy growth. Cutting back following flowering will encourage further blooming of Diascia plants.

  • Frances Dianne Heird

    diascia: container plant good with heat but not direct sun

  • Amanda Hall

    Plants of the Diascia family are low growing half hardy annuals or half hardy perennials. They bloom in the summer with pink flowers atop 25 cm long stems and their size makes them ideal for in rock gardens or for use in a border. One of the common names for Diascia is Twinspur.

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Bougainvillea. A very hardy plant.

  • Jessica Williams

    I just bought this plant and since summer is ending, I will have to bring it inside to live. Any suggestions on how to keep it growing and healthy?

  • Myna Singh

    Its a very hardy plant, just take care not to over water it!

  • Jessica Williams

    It's doing well so far, nice green leaves.