'Tiger Monkey Flower- Mix' seeds
Synonyms: Mimulus tigrinus grandiflorus
- Annual to 30cm
- Great for shady wet positions
Annual to 30cm. Funnel shaped flowers in bright colours with dark red to purple contrasting spots. Great for shady wet garden beds, bogs, planting around ponds and water features. Excellent in hanging baskets, pots and containers. Prefers damp constantly moist or boggy soil. Also known as "Musk Flower"
Seeds per gram: 25000
Product code: F8-04
Quick Sowing Guide
|Season||Spring and autumn|
|Germination||7-14 days @ 21-24°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle||Frost tender Annual|
|Position||Part sun, moist or wet soil|
|Days Until Maturity||60-80 days|
*Notes: Protect from slugs & snails.
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We do not deliver overseas.
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|Order contains:||Delivery options:||Delivery cost per order|
|VIC, NSW, ACT, QLD, TAS, SA, NT||WA|
|Small seed packets ONLY -||Economy Delivery||$2.50 or FREE on orders over $20||$5|
|Parcel Delivery||Capped rate of $6.99|
BULK seed, garden supplies, tools, or accessories -
Capped rate of $6.99
|Starting from $15.00
(Calculated by weight)
|Live Plants -||Live plants||Capped rate of $10.00|
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Ratings & Reviews
Tiger Monkey Flower- MixI planted this in a pot sitting in a fish pond (well it is only a tadpole pond, currently). The flowers are really pretty. The grasshoppers seem to like to eat the seedlings but they pulled through even after being eaten to nubs. They also seem to like a bit of sun, because only the ones getting good sun, flowered.