Lobelia siphilitica

Lobelia siphilitica , fiche descriptive du Lobélie syphilitique,Cardinale bleue, Grande lobélie. Il existe également des Lobelia vivaces, même sils sont un peu fragiles. A labri du vent, ils réussissent très bien, même en sol modérément humide.

Très florifère, il se ressème volontiers. LOBELIA siphilitica , Lobélie – Touffes dressées.

Aiment les sols humifères, légers et frais. Feuillage dense, vert clair. Très belle plante vivace à floraison estivale et automnale très généreuse.

Les fleurs sont de couleur blanche et . NOTE: diviser aux 2-ans pour rajeunir le plant (au printemps). It is erect and usually remains unbranched. The central stem is light to medium green, terete or angular, and . This blue counterpart of the Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis) is a most .

Lobelias have a tubular shape corolla splitting into 2-lipped flowers with a 2- lobed upper lip and a 3-lobed lower lip. Great Blue Lobelia is a native erect . It is in flower from August to September. The spikes of brilliant true blue flowers on this wetland native attract butterflies, hummingbirds and neighbors to your . This plant has poison characteristics. Lobelia Siphilitica from Burncoose Nurseries available online to buy – Information : clear blue.

Place of Origin – eastern USA. Longer lived than the Cardinal Flower, it also attracts . Plant height ‎: ‎to feet Bloom season ‎: ‎July – October Life cycle ‎: ‎perennial Wetland Indicator Status ‎: ‎GP: OBL MW: OBL N. Marshes, shorelines, wet meadows, open swamps. Considered introduced in eastern . Lobelia Blue Selection – Common name:Blue Cardinal Flower, Cardinal Flower – A stouter plant, of bright blue flowers with. It can grow in full sun but . Epoque de floraison, août à septembre.

Famille, Vivace de terre humide. Multiplication, semis et division.

In late summer stems are topped by spiky . Sol humifère, léger et frais. Many mechanisms have evolved that increase the amount of pollen exported and the number of plants that receive this pollen. Synonyms: Represented in Maine and New England by var.

A beautiful native with a rosette of velvety leaves and pretty blue flowers on long stems in midsummer. The perennial Lobelias have upright spikes of large flowers, not at all like the more familiar trailing types grown in hanging baskets.

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