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James H. Schutte

(Blue Bedder Bugloss, Common Viper's Bugloss)

A compact, blue-flowered selection of a bristly Eurasian biennial, 'Blue Bedder' blooms its first year if sown in early spring.

Rosettes of rough, lance-shaped leaves give rise to conical clusters of small, violet-blue, funnel-shaped blooms on calf-high stems. Seedlings started in early spring bloom from early to late summer; those started in fall bloom from late spring to midsummer the following year. Plants usually self-sow abundantly if not deadheaded.

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Image of Eustoma grandiflorum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Lisianthus)

Lisianthus, grown for lovely flowers, is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite on erect, branching stems. Flowers are cup to bell shaped and borne in the upper leaf axils (the joint between the leaves and stems) during the summer. Color of the flowers may be white, pink, blue-violet or lavender with a dark center. The fruit is an elliptical capsule bearing many...

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Goldsmith Seeds

(Lisianthus)

Pretty pale yellow single flowers on long thick stems are found on Lisianthus ‘Cadence Yellow.’ Though developed for the cutflower industry, this selection will do well in the garden. The plants branch freely from the base and produce flowers spring through summer in small sprays.

Grown for lovely flowers, Lisianthus is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite...

(Florida Blue Lisianthus, Lisianthus)

Lisianthus ‘Florida Blue’ is a semi-dwarf selection grown for lovely flowers good for beds and cutting. Eustoma is native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite on erect, branching stems. Flowers are cup to bell shaped and borne in the upper leaf axils (the joint between the leaves and stems) during the summer. The color of the flowers is deep blue-violet with a...

Image of Eustoma grandiflorum

James H. Schutte

(Lisianthus)

Lisianthus, grown for lovely flowers, is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite on erect, branching stems. Flowers are cup to bell shaped and borne in the upper leaf axils (the joint between the leaves and stems) during the summer. The color of 'Forever Blue' flowers is blue to lavender with a dark center. The fruit is an elliptical capsule bearing many dust-like...

Image of Eustoma grandiflorum

James H. Schutte

(Lisianthus)

Lisianthus, grown for lovely flowers, is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite on erect, branching stems. Flowers are cup to bell shaped and borne in the upper leaf axils (the joint between the leaves and stems) during the summer. The color of 'Forever White' flowers is white with a yellow-green center. The fruit is an elliptical capsule bearing many dust-like...

Image of Eustoma grandiflorum

Jesse Saylor

(Lisianthus, Tiramisu Double Cream Lisianthus)

Lisianthus, grown for lovely flowers, is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite on erect, branching stems. Flowers are cup to bell shaped and borne in the upper leaf axils (the joint between the leaves and stems) during the summer. Color of the flowers may be white, pink, blue-violet or lavender with a dark center. The fruit is an elliptical capsule bearing many...

(Florida Blue Lisianthus, Lisianthus)

The Florida Series of Lisianthus is a semi-dwarf selection grown for lovely flowers and is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite on erect, branching stems. Flowers are cup to bell shaped and borne in the upper leaf axils (the joint between the leaves and stems) during the summer. The color of the flowers is deep blue-violet, blue, pink or silver most with a dark...

(Lisianthus)

Lisianthus, grown for lovely flowers, is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite on erect, branching stems. Flowers are cup to bell shaped and borne in the upper leaf axils (the joint between the leaves and stems) during the summer. Color of the flowers may be white, pink, blue-violet or lavender with a dark center. The fruit is an elliptical capsule bearing many...

(Lisianthus, Tiramisu Lisianthus)

Lisianthus, grown for lovely flowers, is a native of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. It is a biennial, but often grown as an annual. The gray-green, clasping leaves are oval to oblong and opposite on erect, branching stems. Flowers are cup to bell shaped and borne in the upper leaf axils (the joint between the leaves and stems) during the summer. Color of the flowers may be white, pink, blue-violet or lavender with a dark center. The fruit is an elliptical capsule bearing many...