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(Sun Chimes™ Terracotta Twinspur, Twinspur)

The freely flowering Sun Chimes™ Peach twinspur has a rounded habit that then trails, and boasts larger blossoms of a dark salmon-orange. Its commonly grown as a bedding annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial. This hybrid was developed by Ecke Ranch.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The delicate, salmon-orange to nearly orange-red flowers appear all season. Each small flower is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries,...

(Sun Chimes™ Red Twinspur, Twinspur)

The freely flowering Sun Chimes™ Red twinspur has a rounded habit that then trails, and boasts larger blossoms of bright red. Its commonly grown as a bedding annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial. This hybrid was developed by Ecke Ranch.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The delicate red 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....

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Syngenta

(Twinspur)

The prolific and long-flowered Diascia in the Darla Series have mounding to trailing habits and are more heat tolerant than your average twinspur. 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 nectar for bees and...

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James H. Schutte

(Darla Light Pink Twinspur, Twinspur)

The prolific and long-flowered Darla Light Pink twinspur has a mounding to trailing habit and is more heat tolerant than your average twinspur. Its commonly grown as a bedding annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The delicate, light pink flowers with rose throats appear all season. Each small flower is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold nectar for bees and...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Flirtation® Orange Twinspur, Twinspur)

The prolific and long-flowered Flirtation® Orange twinspur has a compact, rounded habit and produces loads of densely packed, vibrant flowers of coral orange. Its commonly grown as a bedding annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small, heart-shaped leaves. Delicate, coral-orange flowers appear all season as long as growing conditions are not too hot and water is regular. Each twinspur flower is tubular with a prominent lip...

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Syngenta

(Darla Red Twinspur, Twinspur)

The prolific and long-flowered Darla Red twinspur has a mounding to trailing habit and is more heat tolerant than your average twinspur. Its commonly grown as a bedding annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The delicate, deep magenta-red flowers with darker red throats appear all season. Each small flower is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold nectar for bees...

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Syngenta

(Twinspur)

The prolific and long-flowered Diascia in the Darla Series have mounding to trailing habits and are more heat tolerant than your average twinspur. 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 nectar for bees and...

Image of Diascia

Syngenta

(Twinspur)

The prolific and long-flowered Diascia in the Darla Series have mounding to trailing habits and are more heat tolerant than your average twinspur. 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 nectar for bees and...

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James H. Schutte

(Diamonte Coral Rose Twinspur, Twinspur)

Well-branched and thus able to produce a long flowering season with large quantities of blooms, 'Diamonte Coral Rose' is an award-winning selection with deep rose flowers that have hints of lighter coral-pink. It is a hybrid derived from plants 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 many wiry stems covered with small, linear, green leaves. Upright clusters of charming, deep rose flowers are borne...

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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Twinspur)

Early flowering and not producing any seeds, Devotion™ Apricot twinspur has a compact spreading habit with ascending stem tips. It is most commonly grown as a bedding annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial. This hybrid derived from tender perennials native to southern Africa was developed in The Netherlands.

This fine-textured, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The delicate, rich apricot or yellowy peach flowers appear all season. Each small...