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Pink Powder Puff (Calliandra emarginata)

Pink Powder Puff (Calliandra emarginata)

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2.5" Pot Size
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Pink Powder Puff (Calliandra emarginata)
Fill the growing area with a year-round splash of color. These pink flowers bear a resemblance to exploding fireworks and yet they display a "powder puff" delicacy. This cultivar has an upright habit and never stops flowering even during the darkest days of winter. A plant that is easily shaped and pruned, it can be maintained at a manageable size indefinitely.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Everbloomer
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 2-4'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 45
  1. Great house and garden plant Review by Nina
    How do you rate this product?

    I have this plant in a container (about 4 years) and bring it in every winter. It is extremely easy to grow and best of all is always in bloom in the garden during the summer months. Has survived irregular watering, and extremely hot and humid new england weather without any issues. It does loose almost all of its leaves in the Jan / Feb months. At which point I lower the watering. As Spring approaches I pick up the watering and the plant comes back stronger than ever.

    (Posted on 1/17/2016)

  2. hummingbird's dream... Review by Francesca
    How do you rate this product?

    This plant was given to me as a gift. It is fully grown now and the blossoms are beautiful, but the best feature of this tree is how it attracts hummingbirds. Honestly, they can't stay away from it. They visit it often and feed from multiple flowers during each visit. We have even had one perch in it for a few minutes. If you have difficulties attracting hummingbirds to your garden, this tree is your solution! (Posted on 6/21/2014)