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Many Flowers (Pavonia multiflora)

Many Flowers (Pavonia multiflora)

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R1490-2

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2.5" Pot Size
6 in stock

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Many Flowers (Pavonia multiflora)
True to its name, many flowers appear year-round on this unusual Brazilian species. The narrow red bracts, reaching skyward, reveal the rolled purple flowers and its protruding stamen. This shiny leafed mallow has an upright growth habit, is easy to grow and responds well to hard pruning.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Everbloomer
Sun Requirement Full Sun, Partial Sun
Grows to 2-4'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 55
  1. Easy to grow and flowers! Review by Nina
    How do you rate this product?

    I bought this plant because it was on sale and had an interesting name. I have it in only a 4" container at this time in a southeast window. I was surprised on how fast it grew, and best of all, it flowered in its first season. The flowers are interesting and good conversation piece. The flower stalk lasts for a long time. Has a very erect growth pattern. Getting my second round of flowers, now. (Posted on 2/21/2016)

  2. Fun Little Plant Review by Elizabeth
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    The reason I bought this plant is because I was feeling adventurous and it was on sale. LOL. It looked cute and interesting, so I took a chance. It's 3 month's later and the plant is healthy and blooming. The flowers are really pretty. It is on an east window sill that gets full sun from sunrise to about 1:30 pm. I fertilize every two weeks and water when it wilts slightly. Right now, it's pretty hot here so I find myself watering every few days. I would recommend this plant- it's easy, pretty, interesting and rewarding. (Posted on 5/24/2015)