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4/Pk. Box - Flambe Yellow

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PW8250-HNL
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$31.99
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Features

Tufted yellow flowers on silvery foliage; very heat and drought tolerant

  • Best Seller 
  • Deadheading Not Necessary 
  • Drought Tolerant * 
  • Fall Interest 
  • Heat Tolerant 
  • Landscape Plant 
  • Low Maintenance 

*Even drought tolerant annual and perennial plants will need water for the first few weeks while they get established. Shrubs and trees will need to be watered for the first year after they are planted. After this, little or no supplemental water will be necessary when planted in the ground. No plant is truly drought tolerant in a container; water is necessary for all plants in containers.

*Even drought tolerant annual and perennial plants will need water for the first few weeks while they get established. Shrubs and trees will need to be watered for the first year after they are planted. After this, little or no supplemental water will be necessary when planted in the ground. No plant is truly drought tolerant in a container; water is necessary for all plants in containers.

  • Flower Color: Yellow
  • Foliage Color: Silver
  • Garden Height: 8 - 14"; Short
  • Spacing: 14 - 16"
  • Habit: Trailing
  • Duration: Annual
  • Bloom Time: Planting to Hard Frost
  • Zones: Annual except in zones 9 - 10
  • Hardy Temp: 25F (-4C)
  • Exposure: Full sun
  • Water Needs: Dry to Normal
  • Container Plant Style: Spiller - Trails over the side of a container
  • Uses:

    Landscapes and containers

    Use in planters or landscapes; great in informal drifts

  • Growing Tips:

    Deadheading not necessary for continuous bloom. Plants will "bury their dead" (new flowers will quickly cover old flowers) so no deadheading necessary. 

    This is the perfect plant for almost all gardens. They don’t just tolerate heat – they love it, yet they can withstand surprisingly cold temperatures also. One year mine were blooming right up until a December storm encased them in ice. The one thing they do not like is the soil staying too wet. They are quite drought tolerant though, what we call “an end of the hose plant,” which simply means they will thrive even if you don’t add additional water through the summer. If they start looking tired during the summer, a trim back can help them quickly bounce back into top form. In containers regular fertilization will be helpful, but in the landscape they will tolerate poor soils and low fertility. However, a dose of slow-release fertilizer or some compost added at the time of planting would be helpful. 

    An application of fertilizer or compost on garden beds and regular fertilization of plants in pots will help ensure the best possible performance.

  • Common Name: Strawflower
  • Calibrachoahybrid: Spider Flower






 
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