Dark green, shiny leaves that stay green all winter and whorl around stem. Waxy, pinkish flowers that stand tall. Also called Prince's Pine.
Flower Type: Waxy flowers with 5 petals
Flower Color: Pinkish-white
Leaf Arrangement: Whorled
Plant Type: Wildflower (Medium - 4-10 inches)
Leaf Type: Lance-shaped (wider toward the tip) in whorls, toothed, shiny and evergreen
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