This Diascia is smaller than some of the others, reaching only 8″. While described as Red, it is often said that it is a good start towards a red Diascia but remains apricot or peach. I think it is a very good start. Leaves are a mid green, lance shaped. Blooms throughout the summer and into early fall.
Wants average moisture, rich, well drained soil in full sun
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P19072
Found in Streambed,
Planted in front of the red-leaved Japanese Maple about half way down the steps.
We acquired this plant from Joy Creek.