This is an easy plant to grow, give it lots of sun and just a little water. It is often used in xeriscapes or desert gardens. I found when I first planted it it would sulk when dry, so keep the soil moist until it is settled.
It will bloom year round. This one was not blooming when I purchased it at Mercer and broke out in full blooms a week after I planted it. Bees, hummingbirds and butterflies love this plant.
It can easily be propagated by root cuttings.
It will typically reach 2′ in height with a 2′ spread. It is fast growing until it reaches full size, then requires very little pruning to keep its size and shape. All in all a very low maintenance plant.
Does not survive freezes, this one was lost over the winter of 2009-2010.
I planted another one, survived the summer 2011 great drought and heat.