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Pentapetes phoenicea | Noon Flower | Midday Scarlet Mallow


Pentapetes phoenicea Noon Flower Midday Scarlet Mallow 1

Pentapetes phoenicea Noon Flower Midday Scarlet Mallow 2

Pentapetes phoenicea Noon Flower Midday Scarlet Mallow 3

Pentapetes phoenicea Noon Flower Midday Scarlet Mallow 4

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Pentapetes phoenicea | Noon Flower | Midday Scarlet Mallow

29 Available Now

This is Pentapetes phoenicea, also known as Noon Flower, Midday Flower, Scarlet Mallow, Simine, Flor impia, and Copper Cups. This plant likes to live in full sun to partial shade where it grows to about 4 feet tall. The scarlet red blossoms are on display from late spring until the middle of Fall and they attract a wide array of birds, bees, and butterflies. This flower can be grown as an annual everywhere and is a tender perennial in USDA Hardiness Zone 11.








Phormium colensoi | New Zealand mountain flax | wharariki


Here, I am offering Seeds from Phormium colensoi, also known as Phormium cookianum, mountain flax, lesser New Zealand flax, and wharariki. This perennial flax likes to live in the sun or light shade. It blooms in the summer, but draws interest even in the Winter. USDA Hardiness Zones 8b to 10

Phormium colensoi New Zealand mountain flax wharariki

Phormium colensoi New Zealand mountain flax wharariki

Phormium colensoi New Zealand mountain flax wharariki

Phormium colensoi New Zealand mountain flax wharariki
Phormium colensoi | New Zealand mountain flax | wharariki

18 Available Now

This is Phormium colensoi, also known as Phormium cookianum, mountain flax, lesser New Zealand flax, and wharariki. This perennial flax likes to live in the sun or light shade. It blooms in the summer, but draws interest even in the Winter. USDA Hardiness Zones 8b to 10








Phormium Marshas Red


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Phormium Marshas Red

8 Available Now

This is Phormium Marshas Red. This stunning red phormium attracts birds, bees, and butterflies, and likes to live in full sun. This plant is very rare and I only know of one. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 11