Virtues: We love ‘Pazazz Tangerine’ for its stunning tropical orange blossoms. A new portulaca in the Pazazz series, ‘Tangerine’ is daylight sensitive, drought tolerant and deer resistant. It is an eye-popping choice for your spill component in containers or bordering your landscape beds.
Common name: Pazazz Tangerine
Botanical name: Portulaca oleracea
Foliage: Dark green
Habit: ‘Pazazz Tangerine’ grows to be 11 inches tall and 28 inches wide.
Season: Late spring/early summer
Origin: Western Asia/ tropical climates
Cultivation: Grow in full, hot sun in well-drained soils. ‘Pazazz Tangerine’ requires minimal watering once roots are established. Annual.
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