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Satureja mimuloides - Red-Flowered Wild Savory
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Satureja mimuloides - Red-Flowered Wild Savory
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Botanic Name: Satureja mimuloides
Common Name: Red-Flowered Wild Savory
Size: 3'h x 3'w
Sun: Sun-Part Shade
H20: Occ.H2O/moist
Attracts Hummingbirds Deer Resistant
Resistance: high
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Red-Flowered Wild Savory is native to creek banks below 6,000' in Douglas Fir forests and chaparral communities from Monterey Co. to Los Angeles Co. Reaching up to the 3 - 4' mark this plant prefers filtered sun to shade and regular garden water. Cut back often to encourage branching and fuller growth. Red-orange flowers appear from June through October.

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