(Heliotropium arborescens) The favorite flower of great-great-grandmothers, the heliotrope, is returning to our homes and gardens. The name of this plant comes from the Greek words “helios” – the sun and “tropos” – turn. Indeed, the flower constantly turns its inflorescences after the sun. Sow seedlings February-March. Plant outside when danger of frost has passed. Densely branching herbaceous bush up to 30 cm tall. In order to give them the shape of a fluffy bush, pinch them 2-3 times during the summer. Heliotrope blooms from June to late September with dark purple or dark blue flowers with a pleasant vanilla smell.
The number of seeds in one package: 0.1g.