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Eremurus - Rexona

Eremurus - Rexona

Regular price $14.95
Regular price $24.95 Sale price $14.95
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Includes: 3 Eremurus bareroots

Shipping: "In Stock" items ship by zone until all zones are open for the season. "Preorder" follows our shipping policy by planting season.

SKU: 32007-03

Elegant Amber Eremurus Roots for Sale | Rexona

With long-lasting spires densely packed with bronzed yellow, star-shaped flowers, you won't believe the beauty of Eremurus Rexona! The tall, narrow spires soar above lovely, grey-green leaves, creating a sensational display in the summer garden.

Seeming to last forever through June and July, the towering blooms bring a dramatic, architectural element to borders and attract butterflies in droves. In addition to being tolerant of drought and resistant to hungry critters, these fantastic plants require very little care beyond bright sun and well-drained soil.

Easy to Grow Features:

  • Zone: 6 - 9
  • Height: 48 - 60 in.
  • Spread: 24 in.
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Water: Moderate to Low in Dormancy
  • Flowering Time: Late Spring to Early Summer
  • Flower Color: Amber
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  • Planting Depth
  • Planting Proximity
  • Planting Season
  • Plant Benefits
    Attracts hummingbirds. Drought tolerant.
  • Water Quantity
    Moderate; Low in dormancy
  • Bloom Season
    Late spring - early summer
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Full Sun
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 6-9

Customer Reviews

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Bob H
Early delivery Optimum

I was surprised to see my order delivered in January as ETG shipping indicates it begins in March. Nevertheless, January is the optimum planting time for my region. The rains had dissipated and I had the ground prepared by digging holes filled with compost. Eremurus Roxana was my priority. I had previously experimented with eremurus with limited success. The yellows bloomed but this amber color was my preference. I received specimens of substantial size, one with three greenish buds. A couple of the spidery root tentacles had broken and some were pointed upward( I assume these will correct after planting. Nevertheless, I believe Easy to Grow did their best to ensure success. These fox tali lilies may not be "easy to grow", but they're certainly worth trying!