Jacobinia carnea is an attractive and small dwarf bush/tree that grows in shade and blossoms in shade as well. Recently I got in nice 1 gallon – some are in blossom now and others about to blossom as shown below. This exotic filtered light dwarf plant puts out clusters of huge flowers. This variety is pink but they also can come in red, apricot, orange, yellow and a whole assortment of other colors. They typically get to a height of five feet or less and throw long lasting blossoms. See how beautiful they are in summer when blooming. Along the coast they can take full sun. Cold hardiness is into the twenties F. Plants are about as wide as they are tall and make a wonderful and colorful addition to the garden floor. You’ll not see this plant around too much.
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