Callisia rosea 'Morning Grace' Piedmont roseling or spiderwort
Piedmont roseling or spiderwort Callisia rosea 'Morning Grace'
This beautiful cultivar comes to us from Michael Jenkins. 'Morning Grace' has a dainty garden stature reaching just under a foot in height. Thin, strappy foliage remains a clean, medium green throughout the growing season. A very long bloom period with triangular, light pink flowers and attractive gold stamens resting just above the foliage. Flowers are very attractive to pollinating insects.
North Creek Unique™ - This unique assortment has been discovered or introduced to the trade and shared with the world by North Creek Nursery.
Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies
Dainty, 3-petaled light pink to lavender blooms
Blooms for an extended period beginning in early summer
Perfect for rock gardens and borders, never becomes a pest
A well mannered plant for well drained soil
Requires little care once established.
Found in dry, sandy coastal areas and thin, sandy woods.
Hummingbirds cannot walk or hop, though their feet can be used to scoot sideways while they are perched. These birds have evolved smaller feet to be lighter for more efficient flying.