These are just under 8 feet tall.
This is a nice picture of the flower this plant produces.
This picture was taken late in the day to keep the Sun from shinning through the leaf, gaining a "true" color.
This is a picture of one of the 1999 flowers.
The plant leaf is pale because the Sun is shinning through the leaf. See the "false" leaf that emerges prior to the flower.
These are all in containers and in the shade during late June, July, and August until late September.
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