Is there a vinca plant that I can grow in Texas with a yellow or orange color flower?

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You are in luck if you would like to grow vinca with flowers in new colors. While traditionally the flowers have been only purple or white, there are now cultivars that have pink, magenta, apricot, or lavender flowers. Newer cultivars are also more disease resistant. Look for vinca plants (Catharanthus roseus) in the NIRVANA™ and CORA™ series. Check before you purchase - some of the CORA™ cultivars are not hardy in your area of south central Texas (USDA zone 8).

Courtesy of NYBG Plant Information Service

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  • Last Updated Jan 14, 2022
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  • Answered By Leslie Coleman

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