Native to South Africa, this new selection of Anisodontea flowers abundantly almost without interruption from April to October and continues late into autumn in regions with mild winters. The flowers, similar to those of Malvaceae, are two-toned: pale pink with dark pink veins in the centre, and larger than others of the species (2 - 3 cm in diameter). They attract butterflies.
'Miss Pinky' quickly shapes into a shrub with long straight, more or less ramified branches. This variety has a more compact shape than others of this species.
Its finely jagged foliage is fragrant and evergreen to semi-evergreen.
Covered in flowers from April onwards, and in certain regions until October, 'Miss Pinky' is of sure value, for beds as well as in pots on a terrace or balcony.
Protect in regions with cold winters.
Pruned only to retain shape, if necessary.
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