DescriptionThe coral bean forms loosely branched multi-stemmed bush or small tree. This native southwest plant is known for the spring blooming bright red flowers. The informal look makes it ideal for a naturalistic effect in the woodlands planting. The bright red flowers will add beauty to any landscape application. Tolerant of any soil or growing conditions. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
- 5 gallon
Botanical Name Acanthus mollis Exposure Sun to Partial Shade Height x Width 3' H x 3' W Water Water regularly or more frequently in extreme heat. Zones Zones 7-10 Fertilization Fertilize in spring with a well balanced fertilizer. Follow label instructions. Pruning Remove spent flowers to prolong blooming. Little pruning is generally needed.