Hesperaloe Parviflora / Desert flamenco
|Exposure: Full Sun|
|Category : Flowering Succulent|
|Sizes available: 1G|
Also called red flower false yucca, this evergreen plant has summer-long
color from showy red-pink blooms on sturdy, upright flower spikes.
The shape and size uniformity on the foliage and bloom of this
cultivar is a decisive asset to mass plantings where consistency is
desired. Dense clumps of gray-green, sword-shaped foliage adds
excellent year-round texture to xeric and water wise gardens.
Easily grown in dry, sandy, sharply-drained soils in full sun. Thrives in
hot, dry, desert conditions, but is also surprisingly winter. Excellent
heat resistance and drought tolerance. Will self-seed in the landscape.
May be propagated by clump division. Tolerates urban conditions.
Although the leaves are evergreen, they often acquire purple or
reddish-bronze tints in cold winter climates. Each leaf has distinctive
thread-like marginal hairs. Red to pink tubular flowers in branching
inflorescences rise well above the foliage clump on red flower stalks
to 4-6’ tall.
Good to be planted in desert gardens, rock gardens, path margins.
Also, can be massed for enjoyment of its long summer bloom.
Good large container plant.
* Plant installation warranty
-15 Day warranty on installation
-Warranty cost: 25% plant cost
50% Labor cost
-If lack of water, the warranty is null & void.