Facts of Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant), Gaura lindheimeri Flowers are produced by the perennial plant, which is the native to the southern part of Louisiana and Texas. The Gaura Flower (Plant) are produced on a 4 to 31 1/2 inches (10 to 80 cm) long inflorescences. The Gaura Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant) starts growing after 14 weeks of the growth of the plant. Usually, these flowers bloom from the commencement of the spring season and continue up to the end of the first frost. The Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant) attains the shape of a star when fully blossomed.
The Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant) is a North American wildflower that is a hairy, bunch-forming, pot-shaped perennial, with spoon-shaped or lance-shaped, toothed leaves on slim, stick-like stems. The remarkable feature of the Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant) is their immense texture and elegant loose form, ideal for the border.
The flowers attain the white or pink color, with a diameter that ranges from 3/4 to 1 1/8 (2 cm to 3 cm). Each Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant) has four petals with the length, ranging between 10 mm and 15 mm, with thin stamens that look like the hair.
Numerous cultivars have been chosen for varying color of flower, ranging from almost pure white in Whirling Butterflies to dimmer pink in Siskiyou Pink and Cherry Brandy. In some Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant), the color of the petals are white at sunrise, and then they change to pink color earlier than falling off at sunset.
Facts of the Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant)
Currently, the Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant) has skyrocketed to fame in the middle of gardeners. These star-shaped flowers with extensive anthers similar to the daddy elongated-legs hold on slim stems from the month of May to the September month. The Gaura lindheimeri Flower (Plant) lean and append movement to the backyard, so it is a good option for livening up proper knot gardens and evergreen margins, in addition to choosing and popping in a pot.