Requiring only a minimal amount of pinching out, these naturally free-branching plants form bushy mounds that get smothered with so many flowers that the foliage gets almost totally obscured. And once they start flowering in late August/early September, they'll just go on and on until the first frosts.
Leave them in situ to die back over winter, cut out the died-back stems when new growth appears in the spring and the flowering cycle starts all over again. A rich reward indeed for so little effort!
Collection consists of 5 plants 1 each of the following:
- Padre Red
- Aluga White
- Conella Orange
- Amico Violet
- Aluga Yellow
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