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Creeping Gloxinia Lofos™ ‘Wine Red’ p.p. (Lophospermum hybrid)

Creeping Gloxinia Lofos™ ‘Wine Red’ p.p. (Lophospermum hybrid)

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Creeping Gloxinia Lofos™ ‘Wine Red’ p.p. (Lophospermum hybrid)
Showy wine-red tubular flowers adorn this cascading vine from early summer until fall. This low maintenance steady bloomer requires no deadheading for continual flowering. The large 3” blooms are eye-catching, and this plant is ideal for a windowbox or hanging container where it can show off its beauty. Grow in full-to-partial sun. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Fall, Summer
Sun Requirement Full Sun, Partial Sun
Grows to 12-36"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 60
Plant Type Good for a Hanging Basket
  1. What an awesome plant! Review by Sondra
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    This plant grew beautifully for me, in the heat of summer it must have trailed 8 ft. with beautiful crimson flowers over most of that length. It really took off when the cool nights of spring here in the north east gave way to warmth and it stayed over 55-60 degrees at night. I will buy this for my container garden every year it's available now. I loved it so much I brought my 2 plants inside in the hope they'll make it until next spring. I also have the white variety that I bought elsewhere. I sat them on opposite corners of a 2nd floor deck rail and the trailing growth covered with tubular flowers cascaded beautifully. I planted them in Dr Earths soil (the one for roses and flowers in the orange bag) w/ some added perlite for drainage and fed them with a little Dyna grow bloom in every watering and they were trouble free and grew very vigorously. (Posted on 10/22/2016)

  2. A gem Review by Letty
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    One of my favorites flowers beautifully grows rapidly (Posted on 7/13/2014)