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Calliandra tweedii, Inga pulcherrima, Red Tassel Flower

Calliandra tweedii, Inga pulcherrima

Red Tassel Flower
Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Origin: Brazil and Uruguay
Large shrub 5-10 ftSemi-shadeModerate waterRed/crimson/vinous flowers

It is a long-lived, many-stemmed dense shrub, belonging to the mimosa family and grows to about 6ft high. The branches grow from ground level, and the leaves consist of tiny crowded leaflets that fold together at night or by touch. The fine, feathery and large flowers are a deep scarlet color and borne among the green foliage from spring to autumn. Propagation is from seed or cuttings taken in winter.


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Calliandra tweedii With Love - Red Tassel Flower

It is a long-lived, many-stemmed dense shrub, the branches grow from ground level, and the leaves consist of tiny crowded leaflets that fold together at night or by touch. The fine, feathery and large flowers are a deep scarlet color and borne among the green foliage from spring to autumn. Some varieties may have pinkish color. Great bonsai plant.

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$32.95