Blue Daze - Evolvulus glomeratus 1 gallon

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Perennial flower that grows in a low, spreading mound, up to 2-3 ft. in diameter, but no more than 1 ft tall. The stems become woody as they age. Leaves and stems are densely downy, covered with a light gray fuzz.The funnel shaped flowers are born individually in leaf axils near the stem tips. They are about 1 inch across, with five pale lavender or powder blue petals and white throats. Evolvulus blooms profusely and almost continuously, but each flower lasts only a day, opening in the morning and closing by afternoon. Native to Brazil and Paraguay. This plant is sometimes confused with Evolvulus pilosus (a.k.a. E. nuttallianus) which occurs in midwestern North America from Montana and North Dakota, south through Arizona and Texas. Both species grow in open plains and prairies on dry sandy or rocky soils. Also available in 20ct. 4 inch flats for $1.25 per plant.

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 01 March, 2010.

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