Compact, mounded foliage with graceful, arching panicles of butterfly shaped flowers
This is a tight close-up of the ripe seed pods of gaura linderheimeri. The individual pods, each containing one seed, are only 1/4" long. They're fun to harvest: Just cup your hand around the stalk and run it down the length. The pods drop off easily and into your palm. The entire pod can be planted, so there's no need to open each one up for its contents! Thanks to Calalily for this information!
Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou pink'
Gaura lindheimeri 'Corries Gold' variegated
This Gaura has unusual variegated foliage.
seeds close up
Texas native wildflower.
Such elegant and dainty flowers
Flowers and buds
Snow on March 22 in Texas panhandle.
Gaura lindheimeri ar Fort Worth Botanical gardens.
Guara growing amongst grasses and lilies in my garden May 2007.
Western McLennan Co., TX, Oct 2008
Gaura at the Oregon Garden in September.