ZsaZsa Bellagio : I didn't like plumbago until I saw this. Wow

Plumbago - 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.

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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.

I had this in my garden at one stage. Loved it. It grows prolifically. Plumbago – Part shade plant. Blooms July-September in dark blue. 12-18 in height. Leaves turn bronze-red in the fall. Is a ground cover.

I had this in my garden at one stage. It grows prolifically. Plumbago - Part shade plant. Blooms July-September in dark blue. Leaves turn bronze-red in the fall. Is a ground cover.

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.

Plumbago. Drought tolerant; does well in full sun.

Plumbago du Cap 'Dark Blue'-Plumbago auriculata

Plumbago flowers bloom most of the spring, summer and fall in various shades of blue (buy plants in bloom to get the shade that you want). A favorite of butterflies, plumbago also is one of the most popular flowering shrubs in Central and South Florida gardens. It is very fast-growing, has few problems and is almost always smiling.

Close up of the skyblue Plumbago. Plumbago auriculata is native to South Africa, and is a popular ornamental in subtropical gardens in Florida, California and similar warm-winter climates across the world.

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.

avy pruning, attracts all sorts of pollinators, and is BLUE. :) Mix with orange bougainvillea for something spectacularly pretty!

The hardy blue plumbago plant: excellent for a landscape needing a ground cover type plant loving heat, humid summers, drought-tolerant. [LEARN MORE]

Plumbago Plant: How To Grow The Blue Plumbago

The hardy blue plumbago plant: excellent for a landscape needing a ground cover type plant loving heat, humid summers, drought-tolerant. [LEARN MORE]

Plumbago - one of the stars of the summer garden.  A perennial down South, an annual up North. From  houseofhawthornes.com

Growing Plumbago

Plumbago is one of the stars of the summer garden. A perennial down South, an annual up North, this easy to grow flower is always a winner in the garden!

This is a guide about growing a plumbago. This fast growing, drought tolerant, flowering plant will attract birds and butterflies to your garden.

Growing a Plumbago

For the backyard corner - This is a guide about growing a plumbago. This fast growing, drought tolerant, flowering plant will attract birds and butterflies to your garden.

Plumbago is a tender perennial with profuse blue flowers. It loves the heat, doesn't mind our long, Texas summers, and is reasonably drought tolerant.  Blue plumbago puts out non-stop from summer until first frost.  Disease-, pest- and deer-resistant, Plumbago is also known as Skyflower because of its sky-blue color.  It blooms even in considerable shade.

Plumbago Tender perennial with profuse blue flowers which 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.

~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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