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Hummingbird Trumpet

Natural History

Hummingbird Trumpet is a member of the Evening Primrose Family. The plant grows to 2 feet in height and has dark green, elliptical, hairy leaves with toothed edges that grow to 1 inches in length all along the plant's stem. The plant typically grows in moist areas along washes and streams at elevations between 2500 - 7000 feet.

Hummingbird Trumpet is also known as Arizona Trumpet or California Fuchsia.

Hummingbird Trumpet blooms between June - December and produces a red, trumpet-shaped flower with 4 upper lobes and long stamens to 1.5 inches in length.

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