Whirling Butterflies (Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink')
Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink'
It’s easy to see how Whirling Butterflies gets its common name, one look at this soft and pretty plant blowing in the wind evokes images of pink butterflies dancing along the thin green stems. Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink' is a native North American wildflower and while it looks delicate, it’s actually a hardy plant that adds unique texture and beauty into any landscape. The 'Siskiyou Pink' cultivar is one of the top choices for both homeowners and landscapers alike, and we love to plant these versatile plants for use in mixed perennial borders, as an accent, and they look amazing in rock gardens or transitional areas!
Pink Gaura care is quite easy, they have a moderate growth rate and love to grow in an area that gets plenty of full sun exposure, and once established they have low to moderate watering needs. Since they are heat and drought tolerant, they are an excellent choice for planting into any waterwise landscape! Some people love to cut the flowers and use them in flower arrangements too!
Palm Paradise loves to custom grow these pretty Gaura lindheimeri plants and has been doing so for over 20 years, from only our premium quality specimens. We take pride in doing what no one else does, growing the finest quality plants, trees and palms and assuring their quality is the best you’ll find anywhere! Come visit our huge nursery and speak with any of our professional who will be happy to show you around and help you with all of your landscaping goals!
- Also known as Pink Gaura, Lindheimer’s Beebloosom, White Indian feather
- A soft and delicate, yet tough plant that attracts butterflies and hummingbirds
- Deep pink flowers with a long blooming season – they can bloom from late Spring to Fall
- A heat loving perennial that’s ideal for use in desert landscapes or the inland areas of Southern California
Heat loving perennial
Beautiful floating pink flowers
Drought and cold tolerant
Used in desert landscapes as accent, in rock gardens, and transitional areas in tropical settings