Mirabilis Multiflora Brings a Burst of Magenta to Dry Gardens (4…

Mirabilis Multiflora Brings a Burst of Magenta to Dry Gardens (4 photos) http://ift.tt/1NVPPZi

Named for its afternoon-opening flowers, Colorado four o’clock (Mirabilis multiflora) forms a long-lived, spreading mound in the hottest and most difficult garden sites. Trumpet-shaped blossoms in hot pink cover the plant from spring to early fall, attracting night-flying moths, butterflies, hummingbirds…

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