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I remember seeing these for the first time at the home and garden show in St. Louis, years ago. Pots of these were lining the displays of garden equipment and outdoor furniture. I had never seen anything so beautiful... They became my favorite flower, and I proceeded to research them, and I would buy pots of them every spring hoping to 'make them my own'. But, alas, it was not to be, and I finally figured out that they will not survive in our 'zone' on the map... I still love them... but, BOY I found them hard to paint !!