Unlike existing types, Mojave has a dwarf somewhat spreading habit and the flower production is such that the plants become covered in bloom. The bright red blooms contrast well with the dark green foliage. The rate of flower production is such that new flowers smother the fading ones – meaning there is no need to ‘dead-head’. What’s more its British bred to suit our conditions. Try edging with lobelia Cambridge Blue for a subtle companion, or growing with marigold Zenith Yellow for a real colour contrast. Flowers June-September. Height 25cm (10"). HHA - Half hardy annual.