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"Peregrina (Jatropha integerrima) is native to South America and the Caribbean islands. It is used in ornamental landscaping for its year-round red or pink flowers and large, variably-shaped leaves. Peregrina will attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Its seeds are toxic and should be kept away from children.

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My eyes, wide open, had the run
Of some ten weeds to fix upon;
Among those few, out of the sun,
The woodspurge flowered, three cups in one
— Dante Gabriel Rossetti
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Peregrina
In Spanish, ""peregrina"" is the feminine form of the word ""pilgrim."" This plant is a native of the West Indies, and especially well known in Cuba. Another striking feature of the flower is that there's no hint of female parts which means no pistil with its stigma, style and ovary. Since this is a unisexual male flower, it is called Peregrina.

Symbolism

Passive and active, calm and ardent, sweet and strong, silent and expressed.

Uses

Garden Use
The evergreen peregrina shrub is a pretty addition to butterfly gardens, and often planted to attract hummingbirds. The small star-shaped flowers range from pinks to reds on drooping stalks, making them good filler plants between ground cover and taller, showier plants. They also fare well in containers.

Care Guide
Water
Drought-tolerant. Allow the soil to dry completely between watering.

Fertilization
Fertilization once every half month during the growing season.

Pruning
Trim the dead, diseased, overgrown branches in winter.

Planting Time
Spring, Summer, Autumn

Harvest Time
Late autumn

Propagation
Sowing, Cutting"

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