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John Buettner

(Wishbone Flower)

Torenia is an excellent low-growing, annual native to southeastern Asia that produces funnel-shaped, cool-hued flowers from summer to frost. The hybrid Blue Moon™ wishbone flower bears blooms in varying shades of violet-blue above spreading, low mounds of pale-green leaves. In cold weather, the foliage turns reddish green.

Blue Moon™ requires moist, humusy soils that are well-draining. In cool summer areas it can tolerate partial sun but in tropical or hot summer regions ensure it has partial...

(Blue Moon™ Torenia, Bluewings, Torenia, Wishbone Flower)

Torenia is an excellent annual native to tropical Asia that provides steady bloom in a partially sunny or shady area of the garden from early summer until frost. It grows as an upright but compact bush with cool colored bell shaped flowers. In the cold weather, the foliage turns reddish green. As Torenia has a low drought tolerance, be sure to keep it well watered, especially during times of high heat. The Moon Series of Torenia is much stronger than the other seed varieties, exhibiting a tolerance...

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James H. Schutte

(Wishbone Flower)

Bred to be more heat tolerant than other wishbone flowers, this hybrid produces relatively large lavender-blue flowers on long trailing stems. The tubular blooms with wide-flaring lips appear from spring until fall, continuing even through hot spells. Plants may be perennial in mild climates, but are used as bedding and container annuals in colder areas. Some self-sowing may occur. The paired mid-green leaves are oval and toothed.

Like most wishbone flowers, this variety has low drought tolerance...

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James H. Schutte

(Wishbone Flower)

Bred to be more heat tolerant than other torenias, these hybrids between Torenia fournieri and other torenia species produce relatively large flowers on long trailing stems. Tubular blooms with wide-flaring lips appear from spring until fall, continuing even through hot spells. Flower colors include blue, violet, white, and purple. Plants may be perennial in mild climates, but are used as bedding and container annuals in colder areas. Some self-sowing may occur. The paired mid-green leaves...

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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Wishbone Flower)

Bred to be more heat tolerant than other torenias, these hybrids between Torenia fournieri and other torenia species produce relatively large flowers on long trailing stems. Tubular blooms with wide-flaring lips appear from spring until fall, continuing even through hot spells. Flower colors include blue, violet, white, and purple. Plants may be perennial in mild climates, but are used as bedding and container annuals in colder areas. Some self-sowing may occur. The paired mid-green leaves...

Image of Torenia (SUMMER WAVE® SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Wishbone Flower)

Bred to be more heat tolerant than other torenias, these hybrids between Torenia fournieri and other torenia species produce relatively large flowers on long trailing stems. Tubular blooms with wide-flaring lips appear from spring until fall, continuing even through hot spells. Flower colors include blue, violet, white, and purple. Plants may be perennial in mild climates, but are used as bedding and container annuals in colder areas. Some self-sowing may occur. The paired mid-green leaves...

Image of Trachelium caeruleum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Blue Throatwort)

Offering a summer-long succession of frilly flower heads, this tender perennial from the Mediterranean region has long been grown in gardens. The flat clusters of small starry blue, pink, or white flowers appear in late spring and continue through summer. They are held on waist-high stalks over loose clumps of toothed oval leaves. Plants bloom the first summer from an early spring sowing, making them useful as seed-grown annuals. They also often self-sow.

Give this plant full to partial sun and...

Image of Trachelium caeruleum (DEVOTION SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Blue Throatwort)

Offering a summer-long succession of frilly flower heads on compact plants, the Devotion Series comprises several seed-grown cultivars of the Mediterranean native Trachelium caeruleum. These tender perennials bear flat clusters of small starry blue, purple, white, or burgundy flowers on knee-high stalks from late spring through summer. The somewhat shrubby plants have paired, oval, mid-green leaves. Plants bloom 4 months after sowing, making them useful as seed-grown annuals. They also often...

Image of Tradescantia sillamontana photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(White Gossamer, White Velvet)

White gossamer is a trailing evergreen plant with silvery green leaves densely covered in silky white fibers. The foliage of this Mexican native is so showy it’s attractive even when not in bloom though the flowers are pretty too. In summer it produces many dainty three-petaled lavender-pink blooms. These sometimes have a thin white stripe down the middle of each petal.

Somewhat fertile well-draining soil is ideal and bright indirect light is preferred though white gossamer will handle full...

Image of Tradescantia spathacea photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Boatlily, Cradle Lily, Moses-in-the-Cradle, Oyster Plant)

This bold tropical offers spreading clumps of green and burgundy-purple leaves all year around. When growing conditions are favorable, small white flowers appear in the boat-like cradles at the base of the leaves. Boatlily originates from Central America and is a popular houseplant as well as landscape plant.

The thin, juicy leaves of this succulent tender perennial are lance-shaped, upright and radiate outwards from a short basal stem. The lush green leaves have vibrant burgundy purple undersides....