Mirabilis multiflora is a small perennial that peeks out from under rocks with magenta flowers. Native from the southern San Joaquin to Baja it ranges to the coast in San Diego. Useful in dry perennial gardens or rock gardens. Spices up a desert planting. Plant, water about 1/week for first few weeks then ignore. Native around Bakersfield mixed with desert Milkweed. A good companion for Blue oaks.
Mirabilis multiflora tolerates sand.
Foliage of Mirabilis multiflora is stressdeciduous.
Flower of Mirabilis multiflora has color pink.
Communities for Mirabilis multiflora:Coastal Sage Scrub and Central Oak Woodland.