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prairie winecups

Botanical Name:
Callirhoe involucrata
Plant Description:
Low-growing, mat-forming perennial. Wine-red cup-shaped flowers begin blooming in mid-late spring and last until autumn. Dark green palmately compound leaves provide a perfect backdrop for the flowers. Transplanting is difficult due to its large taproot. Very drought tolerant but performs best with a little water. Do not overwater. May self seed in optimum conditions.
Plant Family:
Malvaceae
USDA Hardiness Zones:
4 to 8
Mature Size:
6-12" tall x 6-36" wide
Plant Type:
Perennial
Light Requirement:
Sun
Bloom Season:
May to June
Water Requirement:
4 - Very Low
Bloom Color(s):
Mauve , Pink , Red
Utah Native:
No
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