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Xeriscape Demonstration Garden Information Sheet

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Hesperaloe campanulata-Bell Flower Hesperaloe

The foliage and form of Bell flower hesperaloe closely resemble Hesperaloe funifera. This spiky accent plant has stiff, " wide, lime green leaves, with white fibers along the margins. However, it is a smaller species, growing to only 3 feet tall and wide. In the summer it sends up a tall spike of light pink flowers that attract hummingbirds. Plant bell-flowered hesperaloe in full sun and well drained soil. Native to Nuevo Leon, Mexico, this plant is hardy to 10 F. USDA Zone 8.

Webmaster & Author George Hull Last Updated August 13, 2003