- The pale blue or lavender flowers are about 0.5 inch long, in tightly spaced whorls. The violet-gray calyx, combined with the wide-open flower lips, make it a very showy flower.
- Dark green scalloped leaves, about 3-4 inches long and 0.5 inch wide.
- Low moisture requirements
- Drainage fast, medium, slow
- It is best used very near the coast (within about 10 miles) in the central or southern part of the state.
Photo (c) Richard Wasson – some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)