A perennial prostrate herb of the family Commelinaceae native to moist forests and woodlands of eastern Australia.
The blue flowers appear over the warmer months
Bee and Bird Attracting we regularly see both native and European bees feeding on the flowers. Recently we have also noticed pale-faced parrots feeding on the flowers
We use this as a green mulch and ground cover
Leaves are edible, raw or cooked -a great base for a leaf mix.
Leaves were eaten by the first white settlers in Australia, to alleviate scurvy from lack of vitamin C.
Full sun to part sun
Plant in free-draining soil i
Very easy to grow
1 plant similar to photo - 50 mm Tube
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