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Barleria micans, Barleria oenotheroides, Barleria , Giant Yellow Shrimp

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 Barleria micans, Barleria oenotheroides
Family: Acanthaceae
Barleria , Giant Yellow Shrimp
Origin: Central America
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

The genus was named in honor of Jacques Barrelier, a 17th century French botanist. B. micans is a sub-shrub growing to a height of 4 to 5 feet. The pointed-elliptic leaves are up to 5 inches long. The yellow flowers are borne in terminal green spikes about 2" to 3" long. Winter bloomer, zone 10 or higher.


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 Barleria micans, Barleria oenotheroides, Barleria , Giant Yellow Shrimp

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Barleria micans, Barleria oenotheroides, Barleria , Giant Yellow Shrimp

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Barleria micans, Barleria oenotheroides, Barleria , Giant Yellow Shrimp

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Barleria micans, Barleria oenotheroides, Barleria , Giant Yellow Shrimp

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