Hi, this is Yolanda Vanveen, and in this segment we're going to learn all about the poor man's orchid, also known as schizanthus pinnatus. It's a beautiful annual from Chile. Schizanthus Pinnatus, also known as the butterfly flower, is actually related to petunias, and they grow naturally in the mountains of Chile, or Chilay; it depends on how you want to pronounce it, and they're very similar to the northwest in climate. They're on southern South America, so the winters still get a little bit of a freeze, and they really like the ocean climate and they do really well in that type of a condition. They don't like really hot, hot conditions. They like climates where it's not as hot. They have ferny leaves and orchid-like blooms that are brilliant purple, pinks, and reds with a gold in the center. They're just beautiful. They look like little mini orchids. So, the poor man's orchid is not an orchid in any way. It's an annual like a petunia, so you start it by seed every spring; it blooms all summer long. Then, you can save the seeds in the fall and start em' again. They're just a beautiful plant. And they're hardy to zones seven to eleven, so they can't handle a real heavy freeze, but they'll still do really well in mild climates, and you can just treat em' as a annual. And they're just a beautiful addition to your garden.