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Rudbeckia hirta Chocolate Orange | Yellow Ox eye Daisy

RED Rhipsalis ramulosa
Rudbeckia hirta Chocolate Orange | Yellow Ox eye Daisy

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Here I am offering a Starter Plant of Rudbeckia hirta Chocolate Orange, also known as Gloriosa Daisy, and Yellow Ox eye Daisy. This plant is very drought tolerant and sports maginificent blooms which make it a favorite of the birds, bees, and butterflies. This perennial prefers full sun to part shade and grows to about 2 feet high. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 10




RED Rhipsalis ramulosa

RED Rhipsalis ramulosa
RED Rhipsalis ramulosa

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Starter Plant Rhipsalis ramulosa which is one of my favorite and eye catching hanging basket plants. This Red Rhipsales is part of the cactus family but has not prickers. It is a very fast grower and will eventually have to be divided as it out grows even a 12 inch pot. These 8 inch hanging stems produce tiny white ball like blossoms that are a wonderful contrast with the bright red stems which appear in the fall. Water well during the growing period, and sparingly in winter.



Ruellia amoena | Red Christmas pride | Ruellia graecizans | Starter Plant

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Ruellia amoena | Red Christmas pride | Ruellia graecizans | Starter Plant

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Here I am offering a Starter Plant of Ruellia amoena, also known as Red Christmas Pride, and Ruellia graecizans. Growing to about 2 feet tall, this perennial loves full sun to partial shade. This very hard to find perennial produces many of bright red blossoms with bright green leaves that have a purple underside. This display can normally be seen late fall through winter. This grows in my backyard and reseeds sparingly. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11


Ruellia amoena | Red Christmas pride | Ruellia graecizans | Quart Plant

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Ruellia amoena | Red Christmas pride | Ruellia graecizans | Quart Plant

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Here I am offering a Quart Plant of Ruellia amoena, also known as Red Christmas Pride, and Ruellia graecizans. Growing to about 2 feet tall, this perennial loves full sun to partial shade. This very hard to find perennial produces many of bright red blossoms with bright green leaves that have a purple underside. This display can normally be seen late fall through winter. This grows in my backyard and reseeds sparingly. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11


Ruellia brittoniana dwarf variegated

Starter plant of Ruellia brittoniana dwarf variegated. This is a sport of the variegated dwarf variety.  All of the blossoms also are variegated. The perennial grows only to 6 inches tall and 8 inches wide. The 4 to 5 inch lance shaped leaves are lightly variegated and are in full sun is evergreen in zones 8 to 11.
Ruellia brittoniana dwarf variegated

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Starter plant from Ruellia brittoniana dwarf variegated. This is a rare sport of the variegated dwarf variety. All of the blossoms also are variegated. The perennial grows only to 6 inches tall and 8 inches wide. The 4 to 5 inch lance shaped leaves are lightly variegated and are in full sun is evergreen in zones 8 to 11.


Ruttya fruticosa Rabbit Ears Orange

Rabbits ears plant
Ruttya fruticosa Rabbit Ears Orange

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Starter plant 5 to 18 inches of Ruttya fruticosa Rabbit Ears Orange. Reaching 18 to 24 inches this small shrub is perfect for mid border placement. They have unusual orange flowers where the upper petals look like rabbit ears. The plant blooms year round in frost free areas. Blooms Late spring to early Fall. A real Hummingbird magnet. Flower color variations are red, orange or yellow. It attracts birds, it adapts well to pruning and hedging, is tolerant of a wide range of soils and climate conditions plus rarely gets any pests or diseases. Zones 8 to 11.




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