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Common Name: Orange Clock VinePlant Family: Acanthaceae Plant Type: Tender Climber
A tender perennial climber with large vivid orange flowers, almost 2" wide in summer. Can also be grown as an annual like the normal Black-eyed Susan. Can be grown in a conservatory or a large pot on the patio in summer. Keep frost free over winter. Evergreen in its native habitat, Tropical Africa but likey to die back in the UK due to lower light levels. If it does, keep it on the dry side.
RHS Award of Garden Merit: YesSeason of Interest: Summer to AutumnSun or Shade: Sun to Part ShadeHeight: tall (over 12 feet)Minimum temperature: Frost tender (plus 1 to 5 deg. C.)Position/Situation: Heated Conservatory, greenhouse or indoorsPlanting Style: ExoticSuggested Use: Butterfly HouseFlower Colour: OrangeLeaf Colour: GreenHabit/Shape: ClimbingEvergreen: No
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