Dicliptera suberectaEvergreen perennial (deciduous in zones 7-8) with soft, fuzzy, gray foliage that forms a thick clump to 18" tall and 3' wide in time with medium orange tubular flowers formed on long slender spikes late spring through fall. Can bloom right up to the first killing freeze. Attractive to hummingbirds. Plant in full fun. Give good drainage and average water. Drought tolerant once established. USDA zones 7-11. Native to Uruguay. Rare.