‘Southern Charm’ has paper thin apricot-orange flowers. It looks tropical and is great in containers or planted at the back of a border. Does well in full sun or partial shade. Starts blooming in Spring. As it is frost tender, they are typically grown in conservatories or light rooms as attractive ornamental plants. They will also do fine against sunny sheltered walls outdoors provided they are not exposed to temperatures near or below freezing.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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