This is the first time we’ve offered this colorful companion plant that is native to the West Indies and sub-tropical Americas. Known as the Peackock Flower, it is the national flower of the Island of Barbados. It has small oblong leaflets that droop when touched. Flowers protrude a foot or two above the foliage and are prominently colored with orange, yellows and sometimes a red color. Mature height can be up to six to eight feet but it is easy to prune them back to keep them smaller or form a hedge. Of note, stems have tiny spines which don’t seem to break off. It may defoliate in winter if you’re in a colder area but plants usually come back in mid-spring. This species likes full sun. This is the first time we offered this species. They came from a private gardener. The garden photo is c/o Pinterest, unknown author. Also, as far approaches, these plant are going out of blossom.