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Image of Heliconia rostrata photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(False Bird-of-Paradise, Hanging Lobster Claw)

Hanging lobster claw is a tropical perennial grown for spectacular, pendulous flowers and is native to the Amazon region of South America from Columbia to Peru. This large plant's banana-like leaves grow directly from thick, quickly spreading rhizomes or underground, lateral stems. The medium green leaves are held on long petioles (leaf stalks) and are easily shredded by the wind. Large, waxy flowers are produced on hanging stalks which appear between the petiole and leaf blade late spring though...

Image of Heliotropium arborescens photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Blue Heliotrope)

What a classic old-fashioned bedding plant. Garden heliotrope is a tender fragrant summer garden flower that originates from Peru. It is commonly grown as a bedding annual but is a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy. In the Victorian era is was especially popular in the garden and was commonly referred to as "cherry pie" due to its intoxicatingly sweet fragrance.

This bushy plant has attractive deep green leaves with deep venation. When conditions are favorable, it produces large, rounded...

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Mark A. Miller

(Heliotrope, White Heliotrope)

Deliciously fragrant and old-fashioned, white heliotrope is a classic summer bedding plant that originates from Peru. It is commonly grown as an annual but survives as a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy. In the Victorian era is was especially popular in the garden.

The evergreen dark to medium green leaves of white heliotrope have pronounced venation. When growing conditions are favorable plants produce large rounded clusters of many tiny tubular creamy white flowers. These have a sweet...

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James Burghardt

(Blue Heliotrope)

This compact bedding plant yields large clusters of tiny violet-blue flowers all summer. The vigorous ‘Atlantis’ blooms best where summers are cool and has a pleasant fragrance. Garden heliotrope is a tender garden flower that originates from Peru. It is commonly grown as a bedding annual but is a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy.

The bushy plants are covered with attractive deep green leaves. When conditions are favorable it produces big rounded clusters of many tiny tubular violet-blue...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Blue Heliotrope)

This compact heliotrope has a bushy, upright habit and yields very large clusters of tiny pale lavender-blue flowers all summer. Baby Blue Improved is a Ball Horticultural Company introduction and blooms best where summers are cool. It is commonly grown as a bedding annual but this Peruvian native is a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy.

The bushy plants are covered with attractive deep green leaves. When conditions are favorable it produces big rounded clusters of many tiny tubular violet-blue...

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Jessie Keith

(Black Beauty Heliotrope, Blue Heliotrope)

Highly fragrant and producing royal purple flowers against dark foliage, Black Beauty heliotrope is a tender perennial garden flower with old-fashioned charm. It is commonly grown as a bedding annual but survives as a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy.

This bushy plant has attractive very dark blackish green leaves with pronounced venation. When growing conditions are favorable, it produces large, rounded clusters of many tiny tubular deep purple or indigo flowers. These have a sweet, fruity...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Heliotrope, Blue Wonder Heliotrope)

More petite in size while producing lots of fragrant blooms, Blue Wonder heliotrope is a tender perennial garden flower that originates from Peru. It is commonly grown as a bedding annual but is a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy.

This compact, bushy plant has attractive green leaves with deep venation. When conditions are favorable, it produces large, rounded clusters of many tiny tubular purple to light blue-violet flowers. These have a sweet, fruity fragrance. In fact, an old common...

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Jessie Keith

(Blue Heliotrope, Incense™ Heliotrope)

Shorter in maturity and displaying fragrant medium purple blossoms, Incense™ heliotrope is a tender perennial garden flower that originates from Peru. It is commonly grown as a bedding annual but is a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy.

This bushy plant has attractive very dark green leaves with deep venation. When conditions are favorable, it produces large clusters of many tiny tubular clear purple flowers. These have a sweet, fruity fragrance. In fact, an old common name for Heliotropium...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Heliotrope)

This big, bushy bedding plant yields large clusters of tiny violet-purple flowers all summer. The vigorous ‘Iowa’ blooms best where summers are cool and has a pleasant fragrance. Garden heliotrope is a tender garden flower that originates from Peru. It is commonly grown as a bedding annual but is a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy.

The bushy plants are covered with attractive deep green leaves with a purple cast. When conditions are favorable it produces big rounded clusters of many tiny...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Heliotrope, Marine Heliotrope)

This compact heliotrope yields very large clusters of tiny violet-blue flowers all summer. The robust ‘Marine’ blooms best where summers are cool and has a pleasant fragrance. Garden heliotrope is a tender garden flower that originates from Peru. It is commonly grown as a bedding annual but is a shrubby evergreen perennial where hardy.

The bushy plants are covered with attractive deep green leaves. When conditions are favorable it produces big rounded clusters of many tiny tubular violet-blue...