Chilean Bellflower Blue Nolana Paradoxa is herbaceous succulent annual plant native to Chile and Peru. Chilean Bellflower Blue seeds can be started indoors in early spring or directly outdoors after last frost. The compact growing and trailing Nolana Paradoxa plant has succulent stems and hairy, ovate stalked leaves. This Chilean Bellflower blooms with large, trumpet-like, blue flowers with a white center and yellow throat. The hardy and drought tolerant Nolana Paradoxa blooms all summer long making a wonderful ground cover, container, window boxes, hanging basket, and rock garden plant.
PLANT PROFILE Season: Annual Height: 4-6 Inches Bloom Season: Spring/Summer Environment: Full Sun/Partial Shade Soil Type: Average/Moist well-drained, pH 5.7-6.3 USDA Zones: All Regions of North America
PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS Sow Indoors: Early Spring Sow Outdoors: Spring Seed Depth: Surface sowing - cover seeds with soil no more than 1/8" deep. Germination Time: 7-14 Days