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Scarlet Gilia – Ipomopsis aggregata


Bright orange-red, trumpet-shaped flowers are beacons for butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. Individual plants remain in rosette form for one to several years and typically die after producing a flowering stem. This single stemmed wildflower has deeply pinnately divided basal leaves which are covered in dense, small white hairs which give leaves a silvery gray appearance.  Stems and leaves are sticky and covered with fine hairs.Height ranges from18 to 24 inches but may reach 3 feet, blooming between May – August. Typically found on gravelly or sandy soil with good drainage, in full sun to partial shade.


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