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  • Zauschneria garetii syn Epilobium canum ssp. garrettii Hummingbird trumpet, California fuchsia, Garrett’s Firechalice Z 5-9

    Fiery orange trumpets float above a loose mat of green foliage, evergreen in warm climates.  Blooms July-first frost

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    Fiery orange trumpets float above a loose mat of green foliage, evergreen in warm climates.  Blooms July-first frost

    Size: 4-6” x 15-18”
    Care: Sun to shade in well-drained soil. Prefers afternoon shade in hot climates
    Native: CA, UT, WY, ID, AZ
    Wildlife Value: Attracts hummingbirds, birds and butterflies, Deer and rabbit resistant

    Named for Johann Baptista Josef Zauschner (1737-1799) botanist and professor of medicine at the University of Prague.  Beautiful planted with Nepeta, Agastache and Perovskia atriplicifolia.  Published by Aven Nelson (1859-1952) Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 20(7): 36–37. 1907.  Collected by A. O. Garrett (1870-1948), August 28, 1906 in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Salt Lake City, UT.