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When looking for flowers for cascading from hanging baskets, rockeries, window boxes and the like, this is a delightful trailing Lobelia with myriad deep blue, white-eyed flowers all summer. 1½ft (50cm). From the Lobelia genus, known as ‘Trailing Lobelia’ this is a half hardy Annual prefers sand, loam soil types and grows in both full or partial Sun.
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Sow indoors in late winter-late spring. It is best to sow early in the year. Surface sow, finely, on to moist, well-drained seed compost. Mixing seed with silver sand may help you to do this. Do not cover the seed as it needs light to germinate. Ideal temperature is 15-20°C. Germination takes 10-14 days. Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle to trays with 5cm spacing. Acclimatise and plant out in clumps rather than individual plants from May with 15cm spacing.
Growing; Prefers a moist but well-drained soil in partial shade. A cool spot is ideal. Dislikes hot, dry weather. Keep moist at all times.
Cultivation; Can be cut back by half in height in mid-summer to rejuvenate and to increase bushiness. Once flowering ceases in late autumn pull and compost the plant.