Convolvulus sabatius

Convolvulus sabatius

A trailing, woody based perennial with mid-green leaves. Clusters of funnel-shaped, pale Wedgewood blue flowers. Height 15cm. Spread 50cm. Flowers from July to September. Herbaceous. Sheltered site and winter protection required, but well worth a bit of trouble.                                                                                                                                                                               

Inroduced by E.K.Balls from the Atlas Mountains, Morocco in 1936 . 




Pot Size:2L
Flowering Colour:Lavender, Blue
Flowering Period:July, September
Flower Fragrance:No
Foliage Type:Herbaceous
Growth Habit:Trailing
Soil Type:Gritty
Aspect:Full Sun
Moisture:Well drained
Protection:Sheltered Site
Planting:Water thoroughly before planting
Use:Border, Climbing wall
Care:Keep moist in first year

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