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James H. Schutte

(Twinspur)

The flowering-crazy and larger-flowered Diascia in the Flying Colors® Series have wiry stems that display their vibrantly colored flowers that "self clean"--they will drop off once spent. This series was developed in the Netherlands. 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...

Image of Diascia

James H. Schutte

(Twinspur)

The flowering-crazy and larger-flowered Diascia in the Flying Colors® Series have wiry stems that display their vibrantly colored flowers that "self clean"--they will drop off once spent. This series was developed in the Netherlands. 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...

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Jessie Keith

(Flying Colors® Coral Twinspur, Twinspur)

The prolific and long-flowered Flying Colors® Coral twinspur has a rounded habit that trails, also shedding its spent flowers in a continual flowering cycle. Its commonly grown as a bedding annual but where hardy it survives as an evergreen perennial. This hybrid was developed in the Netherlands.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The delicate, coral-salmon flowers with a darker throat appear all season. Each small flower is tubular with a prominent lip...

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James H. Schutte

(Twinspur)

The flowering-crazy and larger-flowered Diascia in the Flying Colors® Series have wiry stems that display their vibrantly colored flowers that "self clean"--they will drop off once spent. This series was developed in the Netherlands. 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...

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John Rickard

(Twinspur)

The flowering-crazy and larger-flowered Diascia in the Flying Colors® Series have wiry stems that display their vibrantly colored flowers that "self clean"--they will drop off once spent. This series was developed in the Netherlands. 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...

Image of Diascia

James H. Schutte

(Twinspur)

The flowering-crazy and larger-flowered Diascia in the Flying Colors® Series have wiry stems that display their vibrantly colored flowers that "self clean"--they will drop off once spent. This series was developed in the Netherlands. 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...

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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Twinspur)

Early flowering with a compact mound habit, Devotion™ Velvet Red twinspur freely branches and displays rosy-fuchsia blossoms with reddish cores. 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 by Syngenta Seeds in The Netherlands.

This fine-textured, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The delicate, dark rose flowers with deep red...

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James H. Schutte

(Little Charmer™ Twinspur, Twinspur)

The variably colored Little Charmer twinspur ('Heccharm') has a low, spreading habit and rounder-petaled light pink to lavender to rose flowers. This popular hybrid bedding plant is commonly grown as an annual but survives as an evergreen perennial where hardy.

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

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Maureen Gilmer

(Red Ace Twinspur, Twinspur)

The deeply colored Red Ace twinspur ('Hecrace') has a mounding, spreading habit and reddish rose flowers. This popular hybrid bedding plant is commonly grown as an annual but survives as an evergreen perennial where hardy.

This fine, herbaceous plant has wiry stems and small heart-shaped leaves. Its delicate, colorful flowers appear all season. Each small bloom is tubular with a prominent lip and two rear spurs, or nectaries, which hold nectar for bees and butterflies. Hummingbirds have even...

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James Burghardt

(Twinspur)

The prolific and long-flowered Diascia in the Flirtation® Series have shorter stems that display their vibrantly colored flowers closer to the foliage. 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...