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Ixora Maui Red Flowering Shrub (Red Flowers) in 10 in. (3 Gal.) Grower Pot

Ixora Maui Red Flowering Shrub (Red Flowers) in 10 in. (3 Gal.) Grower Pot

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Bright reddish orange ball-shaped flower clusters decorate the glossy, bronze to dark green foliage of this tropical shrub, originally from Hawaii. Blooms heavily during warm months, then off-and -on through cooler weather. A dwarf, evergreen shrub with small leaves resembling boxwood and a shrubby sprawling look that thrives in high heat and high humidity. Outdoor hardy only in USDA Plant Zones 9-11, where its heavy branching and compact 3 ft. tall and wide habit make it an ideal choice for a flowering hedge, border or fountain planting. Needs full to part Sun to bloom prolifically. In all other colder climates, treat as an outdoor annual plant and replace each-year.

  • Botanical Name:  Ixora 'Maui Red
  • Abundant clusters of bright orange flowers attract bees and butterflies all season long
  • Dependable bloomer, often planted in rows or groups for a striking colorful eye-catching land scape feature
  • Moderate grower, eventually reaching 2 ft. to 3 ft. tall and wide
  • Thrives in hot and humid climates
  • Tolerates deer, heat, humidity and drought once established
  • Often used as a "thriller" in the "spiller-thriller-filler" container combo, plant it near the center of the pot and surround with smaller plants as well as those that spill over the edges
  • Ships in a 10 in. tall and wide black nursery pot and the plant itself is approximately 18 in. tall
  • Hardy in USDA plant zones 9-11, in other cooler zones, treat as an annual plant by growing outdoors during warm su mmer months and replacing each-year
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 2 ft. away from other plants or structures
  • Grows in most full or partial sunny sites with some afternoon shade and in most well drained average garden soils, although it prefers a slightly acidic soil
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