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No, Sticky Monkeyflower Is Not a Trendy Tropical Drink

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As much as you might want to order a Sticky Monkeyflower from your favorite mixologist, you’ll have to head to your favorite California native plant nursery instead. This blooming evergreen shrub grows to be 2–3’ tall and needs little or no supplemental water. With Los Angeles rainfall measuring less than one third of seasonal norms, it makes sense to stick some Sticky Monkeyflowers into your garden. The hummingbirds and butterflies will thank you for serving one of their favorite drinks!

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