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Anisacanthus quadrifidus v. wrightii - Flame Acanthus

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Common Name:-Flame Acanthus / Type:-PERENNIAL / Light:-SUN / Water:-LITTLE / Color:-ORANGE / Bloom Time:-SUMMER TO EARLY FALL / Height-36" / Width:-36” / Comments:-Bright orange tubular flowers- long mid summer to fall bloom/ Drought tolerant- Dies back in winter, nice fall color. / Garden Notes:-Starts blooming end of July till cooler days of fall. A GREAT PLANT TO HAVE FOR THE FALL MIGRATION OF HUMMINGBIRDS!!. Butterflies feed on its nectar as well. It throws seed several feet to get new plants, not hard to remove. Loses leaves in winter, but stalks are a clean, nearly white color. New growth emerges from near soil line.