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(Crocosmia, Jupiter Montbretia, Montbretia)

Montbretias are herbaceous perennials native to South Africa. The cultivar 'Jupiter' bears arching sprays of bright orange flowers with scarlet central blotches. The blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on long wiry stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves in mid and late summer. The stems grow from corms which spread by underground stolons.

Plant montbretia in moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. In colder regions, plant it near a wall and...

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PlantHaven

(Bright Eyes Crocosmia, Crocosmia, Montbretia)

Selected for its relatively compact habit and large, bright, somewhat up-facing flowers, this recently introduced herbaceous perennial is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia. Bright Eyes bears arching wands of glowing tangerine flowers with red eyes. The six-lobed blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on upright knee-high stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves in mid and late summer. The sterile flowers do not set seed. The plants grow from corms...

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PlantHaven

(Crocosmia, Montbretia, Walberton Yellow Montbretia)

Selected for its relatively compact habit and large, bright, somewhat up-facing flowers, this recently introduced herbaceous perennial is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia. Walberton Yellow bears arching wands of golden-yellow flowers from mid- to late summer. The six-lobed blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on upright knee-high stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves. The plants grow from corms which spread moderately by underground stolons....

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PlantHaven

(Crocosmia, Little Redhead Crocosmia, Montbretia)

Selected for its relatively compact habit and large, bright, somewhat up-facing flowers, this recently introduced herbaceous perennial is one of many garden hybrids of the South African genus Crocosmia. Little Redhead bears arching wands of glowing orange-red flowers from mid- to late summer. The six-lobed blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on upright knee- to thigh-high stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves. The sterile flowers do not set seed. The plants grow from...

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Jessie Keith

(Firecracker Flower)

Native to southern India and Sri Lanka, firecracker flower is a vigorous, medium-sized, evergreen shrub that’s best known for its colorful and interesting flowers. Throughout the year it produces clusters of fragrant, broad-lipped blooms in shades of orange, orange-red, gold or apricot. Flower color depends on the variant or cultivar. The leaves are rich green, glossy and have deep venation.

This heat tolerant tropical prefers full to partial sun and fertile soil that is evenly moist but...

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Jessie Keith

(Firecracker Flower, Florida Sunset Firecracker Flower)

Florida sunset firecracker flower produces clusters of fragrant moth-shaped flowers of a golden orange, much like mango flesh. The leaves of firecracker flower are thick and glossy and slightly resemble the leaves of the coffee plant. In its native environment it is a vigorous and enthusiastic grower and its flowers are harvested for decorating women's hair.

Firecracker flower prefers full to partial sun and fertile soil that is kept moist but has good drainage. Firecracker flower makes a nice...

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Jessie Keith

(Crossandra, Firecracker Flower, Orange Marmalade Firecracker Flower)

Florida sunset firecracker flower produces clusters of fragrant moth-shaped flowers of a bold and convincing orange hue. The leaves of firecracker flower are thick and glossy and slightly resemble the leaves of the coffee plant. In its native environment it is a vigorous and enthusiastic grower and its flowers are harvested for decorating women's hair.

Firecracker flower prefers full to partial sun and fertile soil that is kept moist but has good drainage. Firecracker flower makes a nice houseplant...

(Firecracker Flower, Tropic Flame Firecracker Flower)

Native to southern India and Sri Lanka, 'Tropic Flame' firecracker flower is a handsome moderate sized broad tender pernnial that produces clusters of fragrant moth-shaped flowers in shades of orange to apricot. The leaves of firecracker flower are thick and glossy and slightly resemble the leaves of the coffee plant. In its native environment it is a vigorous and enthsiastic grower and its flowers are harvested for decorating women's hair.

The cultivar 'Tropic Flame' produces flowers in a...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Arizona Cypress)

The Arizona cypress is an upright evergreen conifer tree with branches of soft gray or blue-green foliage. The undersides of the scaley leaves are covered in white resin glands. Small, prickled, round cones add seasonal interest as does the smooth reddish bark.

A sunny dry location is needed to grow Arizona cypress and it is not a particularly good choice for climates with humidity and wet summers. Best used as large plant screens or windbreaks inland or near the coast, cultivars 'Carolina Sapphire',...

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James H. Schutte

(Arizona Cypress)

Named for the silvery blue color of its foliage, Blue Ice Arizona cypress is a slow-growing, conical evergreen conifer native to the southwestern United States but adaptable to slightly damper climates. The tiny, scale-like, clasping leaves are densely arranged on finely divided branchlets, giving the tree a feathery texture. Small reddish brown cones and smooth mahogany bark add to the year-round display. Cultivar 'Blue Ice' was a chance seedling discovered in a garden in New Zealand in 1960. It...