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Mimulus longiflorus calycinus|
This Monkey-Flower will be found in the wild in rocky places below 4500'. It is a member of Foothill Woodland, Chaparral, Yellow Pine Forest and Joshua Tree Woodland communities. The flowers are a light lemon-yellow color. In your garden provide a well-drained site with full sun to partial shade. This is a drought tolerant perennial once it is established. Occasional water during the dry months will prolong the period of bloom and enhance the overall appearance.
This plant IS NOT LISTED on our most current availability list.
Call (650) 851-1668 to have your name added to the wait list. In instances where the plant is one we grow but is not in stock, we will inform you when it is next available.
Please note that this plant is not listed by our propagation manager as a plant we intend to carry and is provided as a 'legacy' page only.
Often we can suggest an appropriate substitution, please give us a call. Status of this plant subject to change.
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