Native to Uruguay and Argentina, this perennial is known for its incredible display of tubular orange flowers that appear in summer and autumn. They’re ideal for helping to attract butterflies and bees into your garden.
The leaves are blue / grey in colour and are covered in fine hairs which gives the plant a soft look and feel.
The plant prefers a full sun position in free draining soil. It’s hardy and drought tolerant once established.
It’ll grow around 60cm in height and it’ll make a fantastic addition to most gardens.