Incarvilleas need a sunny location and a light well drained soil. They are divided in spring but have long taproots which make division difficult. Plant them in fall or spring and give them winter protection.
Incarvillea delaveyi--Hardy Gloxinia, Trumpet Flower Hardy gloxinia produces large, 3" trumpet shaped flowers. These are rose purple and borne 8 to 10 in a cluster. Blooming may be prolonged if the fading flowers are removed. Blooming occurs in June and July. The plant needs a protected site and winter protection. They grow 12 to 24 inches tall and are planted 15 to 24 inches apart.
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