Completely new to us is this quick-growing, freely branching plant producing whorls of fascinating carmine flowers from spring until October, above small glossy leaves. The flowers bear a remarkable resemblance to the head of a giraffe rudely putting out his tongue!
SOW FINELY & EVENLY. COVER THINLY WITH COMPOST OR GRIT. SOW IN GENTLE HEAT IN DAYLIGHT & KEEP MOIST. GROW ON INDIVIDUAL SEEDLINGS IN 3" POTS. PLANT OUT IN WELL-DRAINED OPEN POSITION.