Origin: It grows naturally in the southeastern region of South and North America.
Morphology: The plant, which can be grown up to 60 cm, has white flowers with different shades of blue and red. The flowers are in the form of small boards at the tip of the shoot.
Production: It is produced by separating seeds, cuttings and roots.
Planting spacing and distance: It is sewn with 15 – 25 cm spacing and distance.
Climate: It likes places with plenty of light and sun where the temperature does not fall below 15 ° C. It grows well in nutrient-rich, slightly calcareous, loose-structured garden soil. It can be pruned 2-3 times in summer for mass flowering. Removing faded flowers increases flowering time.
Usage: It is used in parks and gardens to form a bedside and on the sides of the beds They can also be used in balconies and terraces in large and flat pots.
Disease-Pests: Root rot, rust and viruses, red spider, white fly, aphids and thrips.