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Mimulus bifidus - Apricot Monkeyflower
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Mimulus bifidus - Apricot Monkeyflower
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Botanic Name: Mimulus bifidus
Common Name: Apricot Monkeyflower
Size: 2'h x 2'w
Sun: Sun-Part Shade
H20: Occ.H2O/dry
Attracts Butterflies
Type: larvae
Attracts Hummingbirds Deer Resistant
Resistance: high
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Considered by many to be our most lovely shrubby Monkey Flower. The large flowers are an exquisite, pale apricot color, and occur in spring and summer. The leaves are narrow and glossy green. The Apricot Monkeyflower must have good drainage and in full or filtered sun, it is a fine drought tolerant garden plant. It is somewhat lower growing than other species, and is found in the Sierra foothills as well as the Pinnacles, and the Santa Lucia?s.

This plant IS LISTED on our most current availability list. (Printer friendly page generated on February 17, 2018.)
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