A South African native, plants are hardy in USDA zones 8-11. Plants typically grow to about 3- to 4-feet tall and can reach 5-feet wide. Plumbago can get a bit leggy if left untended so it’s a good idea to prune spent flowers and tip-prune to encourage a dense growth habit.
Chaenomeles × superba 'Pink Lady' - Delightful, dark pink, cup-shaped flowers from March to May, followed by aromatic, green fruit, and glossy, oval, mid-green leaves. This fabulous flowering quince is perfect for training against a wall or fence in sun or partial shade. Flowering earlier than other varieties, it provides valuable early spring colour for a moderately fertile, well-drained site.