Echium Tower of Jewels also known as Echium wildpretii it is native to the Canary Islands.
A rosette forming biennial with narrow silver-gray green leaves that spread to about 2 feet wide, upon maturity in the second spring it sends up a single 5 to 7 foot tall spike bearing the same attractive narrow foliage and by late spring this is topped by hundreds of dark pink to almost red flowers in a dense terminal spike.
The flowers are attractive to bees and birds and should be allowed to mature fully so that seed is produced to perpetuate the plant in the garden. Plant the Echium Tower of Jewles in full sun in a well drained soil it is hardy to 25 degrees F
We are offering a well established plant they are about 3 to 5 inches wide and about as tall.