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Anisacanthus wrightii (Texas Firecracker) slide #19496
Sauls Rd

Anisacanthus wrightii (Texas Firecracker)

Sun to Part SunZone: 7-10 36" tall Origin: USA, Mexico

(syn: A. quadrifidus var. wrightii) Our evil cat Zirconia thought we had baited the garden for hummingbirds after we planted a clump of Texas firecracker. This dazzling deer-resistant native to Texas and adjacent Mexico is composed of small pointed green leaves held along the tan stems of the clump. Starting in late spring and continuing until frost, the 3' tall x 2' wide plants are covered in masses of long-tubed, bright orange star-shaped flowers. In warmer climates where there is no winter dieback, Texas firecracker can reach heights of 6'. Pot size: 24 fl. oz (709.77 ml)

#05119 - $12.00  

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