Heliotrope, Cherry Pie

    Heliotropium peruvianum nanum
is of the Asperifolious family originally from Peru. H. has dark-violet, small, fragrant flowers set in large flat clusters and they bloom for a long time. This is a wonderful plant for flower beds and borders. It wants nutrient rich soils in the sun. It is possible to keep them indoors over the winter and use them for cuttings in spring. Heliotrope, normally, has a poor germination rate, 35 cm tall.

SOWING: Sow indoors in March ½ cm deep and set out after the risk of frost is over.

SEEDS: 1600 seeds/g.