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Diascia integerrima ‘Pink Adobe’
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Diascia integerrima Pink Adobe

Diascia

TwinSpur

These increasingly popular South African perennials are good-looking, vigorous and quick to fill out. The long blooming cloud of pink to peach to lavender-colored flowers make these gracefully spreading plants perfect for containers.

Diascia integerrima ‘Pink Adobe’ full sun

Evoking images of New Mexico’s plastered adobe walls, the uniquely colored, pale salmon pink flowers with maroon throats offer a head turning, nonstop display for months on end. Relaxed stems clad in needle-like green foliage form a tightset, deep green mound that is reliably cold hardy. Originating from a group of seedlings at High Country Gardens, this sturdy, small-sized gem appreciates a midsummer trim and rich garden soil.

Blooms June–October.

Size: 15" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 5.

Diascia integerrima ‘Pink Adobe’ (P-1255)
Each $7.25
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