However, there is one variety I have that will always have a space for in the garden. I don't know what it is called, but do know it is a very old-fashioned variety. You sometimes see it planted among old farmhouses in far Western Sydney. It has these delicate, spider-like orange blooms:
After flowering is finished, you are left with these unusual spiky purple seed pods:
For comparison, I have this red one below. It looks pretty but the flowers usually only last a day before falling off, or die on the stem. It can look rather messy.