‘Kingwood Gold’ jewels-of-Opar (Talinum paniculatum), also known as fameflower, produces fleshy, bright yellow leaves and airy sprays of small pink flowers that turn into coppery, bead-like seedpods. In my Pennsylvania garden, it regularly reaches 1 to 2 feet tall, but it can get twice as large in other areas, apparently. It looks great along a path, at the front of a border, or in a container. Be aware that it is likely to self-sow. Full sun to light shade. Annual (perennial in Zones 9 to 11).
Harvested in 2019. At least 25 seeds.