Shrub or perennial with pink tubular flowerscomments (1) September 7th, 2011 in gallery
This is a plant in a neighbor's garden which she and I need help identifiying. It is about 2 1/2 feet in height, and I am not sure whether it is a shrub, or a very vigorous perennial. She has about 3 of them side by side. It has pink tubular shaped flowers. It was probably cut back earlier in the season and this is it's re-bloom. The leaves are a dull green - not glossy. It looks SO familiar, and yet, I cannot access the name of it! Any help is much appreciated!
posted in: The Gallery, shrub, pink flowers, perennial, tube shaped flowers
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