This ornamental herb makes a striking accent plant for hanging baskets and window boxes. Plants produce cascading, wiry stems with small, rounded, light blue-green heart shaped leaves. Two to three inch long, hop-like bracts that start out a light green hue and gain a pink-tinge as it ages. Small pinkish-lavender flowers peek out between bracts. Plants perform well in hot climates and will tolerate periods of drought. Full sun and well drained soil. Sow direct after danger of frost in spring or indoors 4-6 weeks prior to last expected frost date for earliest blooms. Grows 4 inches tall and 8 inches wide. Flowers from summer to first frost. Growing zones 7-9.
they are fine! thank you!
Oct 3, 2017 by Cindy
Hard to germinate but I have 1! Thanks
Jun 18, 2017 by denidtigner
I planted the seeds and they came up. I guess the rest is up to me.