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Siskiyou Pink Gaura Plant

  • - Beeblossom
  • - Height: 22-24 inches
  • - Hardiness Zone: 5-9
  • - Exposure: Full Sun
  • - Bloom Time: Spring-Fall
  • - Each Quart contains 1 Siskiyou Pink Guara Plant
Plant Features

Siskiyou Pink Gaura Plants produce slender maroon buds that open to finely- veined bright pink blossoms that flutter above the brightly colored foliage. They resemble dancing butterflies! This plant adds contrast and texture to any garden. Gaura plants tolerate urban pollution, heat and humidity, and a wide range of soils, from well-drained, fertile ones to dry and acidic. The do not however like heavy, wet soil. Deer and rabbits tend to avoid Gaura.

Companion Planting: Grasses, Iris, Nepeta, Sedum

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight 6+ hours
Soil Moisture Moist to Dry
Soil Properties Well-drained
Tolerates Sandy soil
Fertilizer When transplanted and then once every Spring
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
Height Category Tall
Mature Spread 16-18 inches
Habit Upright
Flower Color Pink, White
Foliage Color Multicolored
Attracts Butterflies, Hummingbirds
Features Heat tolerant
Garden Styles Container Garden, Cottage Garden, Prairie Garden
Plant Used for Aesthetic Appeal, Borders and Edging
Pet Friendly Yes
Plant Type Hybrid

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Top Reviews

waiting for a bloom

The plant came quickly. Healthy plant with great root system, which is definitely needed. It's late in the season, not sure if I will get a bloom, but I am excited about seeing it next year!

From Christine | September 22, 2023

Just what I wanted

The plant arrived packaged well and after a week (not transplanted yet) is healthy and looks good. Happy with my purchase.

From Deborah | October 14, 2022

Siskiyou Pink Gaura Plant (Beeblossom)

excellent healthy plant that is growing

From kathryn | July 07, 2019

New, but doing well

Arrived in good shape. Just planted. Too early to tell much more about it yet but they have taken root and look healthy.

From Rose | May 24, 2019

Another Great Plant from GrowJoy

When I ordered my Siskiyou Pink Gaura plant from GrowJoy last spring, I was looking for something else to go with my Diablo Ninebark shrub. This is a really great Gaura plant. It's got a nice uniform size and blooms profusely. I dead headed it in late spring and have been rewarded with non-stop blooms ever since. It is very drought tolerant and its long, flowered stems add some wonderful texture to my flower garden. I just love the wide variety of plants that GrowJoy offers.

From Timothy | November 06, 2015

Great fast growing plant

My Siskiyou Pink Gaura Plant arrived in the mail in great condition and was very well packed. I have it planted in a full-sun flower bed, and it is growing well. In fact, it is the fastest growing and healthiest plant I have of all the plants I ordered from GrowJoy. I didn't even see any transplant shock, and I attribute that to a very healthy and well-developed root system. It is already putting on lots of blooms and only three weeks after I planted it. Wait a minute... This was growing in a 3" pot?! You bet it was. I'm very impressed with this plant. I just hope it is hardy enough for my South-central Kansas winter.

From Timothy | June 02, 2015

Indian Feather - Guara

GrowJoy was the only site that had stock of my favorite plant. I searched locals but everyone was out. The package came, fully protected and the plants are planted. Love this plant and the speed with which GrowJoy handled my order. Thank you GrowJoy, I will be back!

From Gail | June 18, 2014

nice Gaura plants

The plants I rec'd are healthy and were shipped quickly and very well packaged.

From anonymous | August 25, 2012

Love This Plant

I love this plant. Arrived in great condition and started blooming almost immediately. Past experience says it may not survive NY winters unless it is in a very protected location but worth buying again next year if it doesn't come back on it's own.

From anonymous | July 12, 2012