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The ( Caesalpinia ) is often confused with the Mexican Bird of Paradise but the distinctive element that separates this Caesalpinia
from the others is the red flower color.
It grows to about 6 feet tall and is root hardy to about 15 degrees.
Although it likes to be cut back to 8 to 12 inches annually in the winter or very early spring.
If they are on a drip water system they can reach up to 9 feet tall.
When used in desert landscaping it is best to plant behind something prominent like boulders and at least 3 to 6 feet away from sidewalks and pathways.
Notice the flower structure and color below.
Seeds of the Mexican Bird of Paradise, Caesalpina pulcherrima, formerly known as Poinciana pulcherrima, also called as Bird of Paradise,
Desert Bird of Paradise, Pride of Barbados. Peacock Flower and Barba de Chivo in Spanish.
A drought resistant/tolerant perennial shrub, can reach 1 to 4 meters tall.
A dry grower, it likes good drainage, germinates fairly easily, sow after last frost. Has fern-like leaves, red, orange and yellow flowers.
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With Germination And Planting Instructions.
MEXICAN RED BIRD OF PARADISE PLANT SEEDS