This gorgeous tree attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. It is known by many taxonomic synonyms.
Over 40 ft. (12 m)
Evergreen. The leaves are arranged in a dense rosette, they are long, narrow, deeply channelled and curved. The leaf surface is dark green with a toothed margin.
15-20 ft. (4.7-6 m)
Well draining, prefers hillsides, neutral soil PH
The inflorescence is simple or divided into three side branches. The racemes are cylindrical and its tubular flowers are salmon pink, green-tipped in bud, and appear in early to midwinter (May, June and July). easily cultivated from seed and smaller stem cuttings.
Small teeth on leaves
South Africa: Its habitat is subtropical coastal forests, kloofs and dry valleys in the summer rainfall eastern regions of southern Africa.
What makes our plants so special? Our location on the cliffs of Santa Barbara receives over 280 days of sunshine a year and we utilize our indigenous soil, mixing it with a specialized amendment. Our plants are routinely watered, fertilized, and trimmed. We always aid our plants to proper health when needs arise, and we do so without the use of sprays.