PLUMBAGO BLUE loves our heat and extreme humidity..it has become my "go to" plant

PLUMBAGO BLUE loves our heat and extreme humidity. Dad planted this at Pa's was beautiful.

(Ceratostigma plumbaginoides) Hardy Plumbago is one of the most versatile groundcovers for cold climates growing in both sun and shade and most soil types. It blooms in late summer with deep blue flowers followed by the foliage that turns burgundy red in fall.

Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (Hardy Plumbago) is one of the most versatile groundcovers for cold climates growing in both sun and shade and…

plumbago-shrub - now that mine lasted through winter and are blooming again, I am reminded how wildly they grow!

Plumbago Care: Where And How To Grow A Plumbago Plant

The plumbago plant (Plumbago auriculata), is a shrub and in its natural surroundings can grow six to ten feet tall with a spread of 8-10 feet. It is native to South Africa. This plant is found in Perth gardens and handles the heat of summer well. Plumbago plants are sprawling shrubs with branches that resemble vines. It is prized for the profusion of blue phlox-like flowers it produces for extended periods of time. It has few pests, and diseases are rare and drought tolerate,

The plumbago plant (Plumbago auriculata), is a shrub and in its natural surroundings can grow six to ten feet tall with a spread of feet.

Yard landscaping ideas for frontyard, backyards, on a budget, curb appeal, diy, and with rocks

Yard Landscaping Ideas

Plumbago - so pretty cheerful - thrives in the hot Texas summer. Disease- pest- and deer-resistant. Can grow into a large bush, and also can be trained to grow on a trellis. - Gardening For You

Growing Tips for a Blue Plumbago | Home Guides | SF Gate

Growing Tips for a Blue Plumbago

Plumbago plants have the botanical name of Plumbago auriculata, and are an evergreen shrub that produces pale blue or white flower clusters. The flowers persist for most of the.

Plumbago auriculata, use in place of clementis

22 Best Flowers for Full Sun

I like Blue plumbago because it is a heavy bloomer, drought tolerant, not a nutrient hog, covers ugly chain link and walls in a snap, takes seriously heavy pruning, attracts all sorts of pollinators, and is BLUE. :) Mix with orange bougainvillea for something spectacularly pretty! <3 ~A.

♥Blue plumbago because it is a heavy bloomer, drought tolerant .walk in the garden . see the masses of blue .

Basket Column - Dragon Wing, Begonias, Coleus and below Plumbago, Pentas and Creeping Jenny

Basket Column - Dragon Wing, Begonias, Coleus and below Plumbago, Pentas and Creeping Jenny

~It never gets too hot or humid for Plumbago.  One of my most favorites!! These are absolutely beautiful~

Rusted Iron Urns with blue Plumbago One of my favorite. You see plumbago all over Italy:)

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