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    The bush monkey-flower (Mimulus aurantiacus), also known as the Sticky monkey-flower, has pale orange flowers and a sprawling habit. Grow it in an urn to trail downwards or at the edge of paving, but not near too narrow a path since it is brittle and resents being trodden on. It rarely lasts through a winter except in the mildest climates, but cuttings are easily struck in late summer.

    Plant Characteristics

    Size

    Dwarf

    Type

    Shrub

    Light Exposure

    Full Sun

    Season of Bloom

    Late Summer

    Hardiness Zones

    9 – 10

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