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Monanthes laxiflora

Monanthes laxiflora


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Monanthes laxiflora

Monanthes laxiflora is a slightly woody, diffusely to densely branched succulent shrublet. The branches vary from erect and tufted, dwarf…


Monanthes laxiflora var. chlorotica (Bornm.) G. Kunkel is a synonym of Monanthes laxiflora (DC.) Bolle ex Bornmuller

The record derives from Tropicos (data supplied on 2012-04-18 ) which reports it as a synonym (record 8903014 ) with original publication details: Kanar. Ins. Planzenwelt 158 1980 .

Full publication details for this name can be found in IPNI : http://ipni.org/urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:919547-1 .


LOBELIA PICTURES

Annual perennial in Zones 9-11.

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This best seller blooms all season and requires little to no maintenance. Bred to be more heat tolerant than other varieties.

Usually grown as an annual perennial in Zones 9-11.

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Spring through late summer

Dainty bright-white flowers with dark green foliage make this an eye-catching spiller to use in container combinations and hanging baskets.

Annual perennial in Zones 9-11.

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A rare true blue flower with improved heat tolerance. Laguna varieties don't like wet feet, so be sure to let the soil dry out before watering.

Annual perennial in Zones 9-11.

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Bright violet purple flowers add color to hanging baskets, containers, and garden borders. Bred to handle summer heat.

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‘Crystal Palace’
L. erinus

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Late spring through early autumn

This compact plant packs a big punch with its deep cobalt-blue flowers and glossy bronzed foliage. Tidy bloom-covered mounds are great for borders, edging, or groundcover.

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Great Blue Lobelia
L. siphilitica

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This blue cousin of the cardinal flower produces dense spikes of showy flowers that are magnets for hummingbirds and butterflies. It’s also a wetland native that flourishes in moist garden soils.

Cardinal Flower
L. cardinalis

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Fiery red flowers are a favorite source of nectar for hummingbirds. Cardinal flowers crave water and are perfectly happy growing in a water garden or at the edge of a stream or pond.

Also try: 'Queen Victoria' (dark maroon foliage) and ‘Ruby Slippers’ (ruby flowers).

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Mexican Cardinal Flower
L. laxiflora

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Spring through fall nearly year round in mild climates.

This exotic-looking variety has trumpet-shaped salmon-red flowers with bright yellow and orange throats that hang in clusters on thin red stems. A native of Mexico and southern Arizona.

Spreading, bushy growth habit can be invasive.

'Starship Deep Rose' — Buy now from Proven Winners
Lobelia ×speciosa

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Rose-pink blooms are set off by dark bronze foliage. This long-blooming hybrid thrives in moist conditions. Use in containers, well-watered garden beds, and aquatic gardens.

‘Starship Scarlet’
Lobelia ×speciosa

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Scarlet red flowers bloom on dense, upright spikes. An excellent choice for borders and beds with moist soil. Hummingbirds love the bright red flowers.


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