READY LATER IN THE SEASON. An unusual evergreen low climber which simply refuses to stop producing its clear blue 5-petalled starry flowers. The mid-green leaves are also beautiful, being heart-shaped. Choice is the word for it. Probably best in a pot, as it is wise to bring it inside in winter. Sunny sheltered spot. Fertile well drained soil. To 3 feet. 2 litre deep pot.
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This plant always attracts attention - we think it's the intense blue of its flowers. We know people who grow it successfully outdoors here in Hampshire, but it may need protection in the colder months. Chop it pretty much right back in early spring and it will soon bounce back!
Also previously known as Oxypetalum Caeruleum.
Tweedia Caerulea is a half hardy low evergreen climber with heart shaped leaves and star shaped sky blue flowers throughout the summer suitable for full sun.