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Achetaria azurea

(Syn.: Otacanthus azureus, Otacanthus caeruleus), Amazon-Blue, Brazilian Snapdragon

Achetaria azurea


Unsurpassed for blue flower color in winter or summer garden, this compact shrublet covers itself with 1 inch snapdragon-like flowers of the brightest blue. A must for collectors of blue flowered plants. Can be used for cut flower bouquets and arrangements. Brazil. Hardy to 28F. Plantaginaceae


Russelia equisetiformis - red

Coral Plant, Firecracker Plant, Fountain Plant

Russelia equisetiformis red


A popular and colorful plant, with many scarlet red 1 inch tubular flowers displayed throughout the year on bright green, rush-like, leafless stems. Fountain-shaped cascading growth makes a beautiful hanging basket. Also, use for a ground cover, or for spilling over garden walls. Attracts hummingbirds. Mexico. Hardy to 25F. Plantaginaceae


Russelia equisetiformis 'Salmon Pink'

Coral Fountain, Firecracker Plant

Russelia equisetiformis Salmon Pink


Spectacular penstemon relative with horsetail-like, arching, stems and tubular, salmon-pink flowers. Blooms spring and summer. Hummingbirds love it. Good in hanging baskets, ground cover, or spilling over a garden wall. It requires full sun to bloom well and is drought tolerant. Hardy to 25F. Native to Mexico. Plantaginaceae


Russelia equisetiformis 'Yellow Gold'

Golden Firecracker Plant

Russelia equisetiformis Yellow Gold


A choice variety with tubular yellow flowers. Use for hanging baskets, ground cover, or spilling over garden walls. Sun or part shade. Plantaginaceae


Russelia sarmentosa

Russelia sarmentosa


Clusters of crimson flowers, tiny leaves, small shrub. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Plantaginaceae

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