Endangered in Chile, Alonsoa incisifolia is the largest member of the genus that I am aware of. To 3’ tall & 3’ or more across, it blooms like crazy Spring thru Fall on hundreds of upward arching stems, creating a serious focal point in the garden with its orange blossoms. Evergreen along the coast of California. Cut back if it ever gets scraggly & it bounces right back! Rich, well-drained soil for best show! Fast & EASY!