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(Seed Grown)

Erythrina zeyheri is the oddball of the family preferring to do most of its growing underground in the form of a large woody stem. It's a true surviver, using its big root system to regenerate from Veld Fires and going dormant during the cold months to avoid the frosts. It pops out in the spring with fat green leaves that are (slightly) armed with little spines. The familiar red flowers seen on other Erythina emerge in the summer months with a nice display. 


Flower Color: Red

Bloomtime: Late Spring/Summer

Height: 1 foot

Width: 1-3 feet

Exposure: Sun

Soil Type: Good to Average Drainage

Cold Tolerance: Winter Dormant

Irrigation requirements: Low to Medium

Erythrina zeyheri

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