Powder puff plants can grow up to 3 feet tall, their size can be controlled by pruning. They can be propagated via large cuttings or through seeds. (Seeds are better of course). The flowers are very soft to the touch and grow from hundreds of slender, bright-red stamens which create a powder puff effect and seem to explode out from the center of the flower. These plants are attractive to bees and butterflies. They are native of India, Madagascar, Mexico, South America and United States.
Took these shots from our wild garden in our province. How I wish I could propagate them in my miniature garden at home.