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Image of Diascia (GENTA™ DARK CORAL, GENTA™ SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Genta™ Dark Coral Twinspur, Twinspur)

Genta™ Series twinspurs grow with excellent, compact branching and are more resilient to foliar diseases, and temperatures flirting with freezing than other common twinspur collections. They are commonly grown as bedding annuals but where hardy they survive as evergreen perennials. The flowers are slightly larger and include an delicious array of atypical colors, such as orange red, deep coral-orange and a pumpkin orange as well as clear white and pink. This series was developed by the Danzinger...

Image of Diascia (GENTA™ PINK, GENTA™ SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Genta™ Pink Twinspur, Twinspur)

Excellent, compact branching teaming with delicate pink blossoms with rosy throats, the Genta™ Pink twinspur is more resilient to foliar diseases and temperatures flirting with freezing than other common twinspur cultivars. It is commonly grown as a bedding or container annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial. The flowers are slightly larger, being a member of the Genta™ Series, developed by the Danzinger plant breeders in Israel.

This fine-textured, herbaceous plant has...

(Genta™ Twinspur, Twinspur)

Genta™ Series twinspurs grow with excellent, compact branching and are more resilient to foliar diseases, and temperatures flirting with freezing than other common twinspur collections. They are commonly grown as bedding annuals but where hardy they survive as evergreen perennials. The flowers are slightly larger and include an delicious array of atypical colors, such as orange red, deep coral-orange and a pumpkin orange as well as clear white and pink. This series was developed by the Danzinger...

Image of Diascia (GENTA™ WHITE, GENTA™ SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Genta™ White Twinspur, Twinspur)

Excellent, compact branching teaming with delicate white blossoms, the Genta™ White twinspur is more resilient to foliar diseases and temperatures flirting with freezing than other common twinspur cultivars. It is commonly grown as a bedding or container annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial. The flowers are slightly larger, being a member of the Genta™ Series, developed by the Danzinger plant breeders in Israel.

This fine-textured, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small...

(Sun Chimes™ Twinspur, Twinspur)

The vividly colored, larger flowering Diascia in the Sun Chimes™ Series are available in both mounding and trailing forms. These hybrids were developed by Ecke Ranch. They are commonly grown as bedding annuals but where hardy they survive as evergreen perennials.

These fine, herbaceous plants have wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Their delicate, colorful flowers appear all season. Each small flower is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold...

(Twinspur, Whisper™ Twinspur)

Twinspur in the Whisper™ Series have a mounding to trailing habit and larger flower size than average. They were introduced by Ball Horticultural Company and are commonly grown as bedding annuals but survive as evergreen perennials where hardy.

These fine, herbaceous plants have wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Their delicate, colorful flowers appear all season. Each small flower is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold nectar for bees and butterflies....

Image of Diascia (WINK™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Twinspur, Wink Twinspur)

Compact and charming, twinspur in the Wink™ Series have upright, mounding habits and flower better in shadier conditions than most. They are commonly grown as bedding annuals but survive as evergreen perennials where hardy.

These fine, herbaceous plants have wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Their delicate, colorful flowers appear all season. Each small flower is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold nectar for bees and butterflies. Hummingbirds have...

Image of Diascia cordata photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Twinspur)

Cordate twinspur is a low-growing perennial to tender perennial that is native to South Africa. Its blue-green, heart-shaped, small leaves often have a gray tint. This everblooming plant bears loose spiky clusters of dark pink flowers that have two spurs, thus the common name twinspur. These spurs contain oils that attract bees and butterflies.

A preferred location for cordate twinspur is a full to partial sun exposure in humus-rich, crumbly, well-draining soil. It performs best where summers...

Image of Diascia integerrima photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Twinspur)

This floriferous wildflower is native to the mountains of southern Africa and the Cape of South Africa. It is an evergreen perennial with an upright but spreading habit and thin wiry stems covered with small, linear, green leaves. Upright clusters of charming, delicate pink flowers are borne in summertime, but plants will refrain from blooming if temperatures become too hot. Each small, lavender-pink flower is tubular and has two spurs in the rear, which is why it is commonly called twinspur. Each...

Image of Dichondra argentea photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Silver Dichondra, Silver Ponysfoot)

Dichondra is a low-maintenance, creeping or trailing plant native to the southwestern United States. It is an evergreen perennial in warm climates but is often used as an annual in frost-prone climates. The flowers are small and insignificant. The leaves are heart-shaped to kidney-shaped and attached to long, trailing stems. This vigorously fast growing plant can grow very long in just one season.

Dichondra is very heat and drought tolerant and requires well-drained soil and full sun. Use it...