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Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia)
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Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia)

Native to India, Tibet and China these favorites from old English gardens are winning approval in this country for their showy flowers and relative hardiness. Known as Hardy Gloxinias, although actually related to trumpet vines, not gloxinias, Incarvillea produces attractive clumps of deeply divided leaves. From these, 12-24" tall stems showcase clusters of exotic magenta to pink trumpet-shaped blooms with lemon throats. These are fine additions to mixed borders and rock gardens and are not grown as widely as they deserve to be.

$8.95
6 large bulbs
  • Planting Guide
    PLANTING
    DEPTH

    3-4" deep

    WATER

    Water lightly until leaves appear; then provide about 1" of rain/irrigation per week

    SUNLIGHT

    Light to partial shade

    PLANTING
    PROXIMITY

    10" apart

  • Additional Details
    Common Name:

    Hardy Gloxinia

    Botanical Name:

    Incarvillea

    Exposure:

    Light to partial shade

    Hardiness:

    Zones 6-9, elsewhere use as container plants and/or bring indoors in autumn

    Height:

    12-24"

    Color:

    Bright magenta to rosy pink

    Bloom Season:

    Late spring to mid summer

    Bulb/Plant Size:

    Top size bulbs; industry's largest

    Number:

    6 large bulbs