Here is a form of sticky monkeyflower that offers, warm yellow, tubular flowers with a golden throat, rather than the more usual orange flowers. This Cal Flora Nursery selection, was found in coastal southern Marin County. Growing roughly 3 ft. tall and wide, plant in sun to part shade, with occasional summer water. Monkey flowers are attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators. The checkerspot and buckeye butterflies use it as a larval food source. Deer resistant.
Mimulus (Diplacus) aurantiacus 'Rodeo Gold'
yellow sticky monkeyflower
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