Brunfelsia pauciflora florabunda
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Yesterday Today and Tomorrow
Large Plant Variety
Hard to Find Seeds!
Clusters of blossoms open into a dark purple, turning pale lavender and then finally finishing in white. Clusters can have as many as 10 blooms and cover the plant from spring through summer. Semi-evergreen leaves may peek through showing a hint of deep green here and there with a paler underside. Plants do best in full sun to filtered shade and will reach a nice 3-8 feet in height. This small shrub-like plant will need regular water and can be grown outdoors in zones 8+ but will need some protection from frost. Many of our customers grow them in pots and bring indoors when weather turns rough.
1. Native to Brazil
2. Can easily be kept pruned to 2-3 feet
3. Belongs to the nightshade family
4. The genus name Brunfelsia commemorates sixteenth century German monk, Otto Brunfels
5. This plant has gained the Royal Horticultural Societies Award of Garden Merit