This orange-pink to pink tubular flower gets its color from its parents: a white New Zealand Ourisia macrophyllum, and a red-orange Chilean Ourisia coccinea. And it gets its name from Inverewe Botanic Garden in Scotland. Given moist humus and light shade, Ourisia will spread in a well-behaved manner. Late spring to mid-summer bloom.
Mature size: 12–18 inches tall; evergreen.
Minimum temperature: 10° F