Category Lobelia

Lobelia Siphilitica Care: All About Growing Great Blue Lobelia
Lobelia

Lobelia Siphilitica Care: All About Growing Great Blue Lobelia

Lobelia Siphilitica low-BEL-ee-a, sigh-fy-LY-tih-kuh is a species of flowering plants in the Campanulaceae family.Originating from North America, this dicotyledonous plant is known for its unique and fancy, bright blue blooms.With an upright growth pattern, this distinctive plant is perfect for adding vertical interest to the landscape in a graceful manner.

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Lobelia Inflata Care Tips: Growing The Indian Tobacco

Lobelia Inflata Low-BEE-lee-a, In-FLAY-tuh , is a Lobelia plant species from the bellflower family Campanulaceae.This plant is native to North America, from southern Canada to the eastern United States, all the way to western Kansas.This plant is a biennial or annual herb commonly found in abandoned fields, partly shaded seeps, wooded areas, woodland paths, thickets, savannas, and open woodlands.
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Lobelia Siphilitica Care: All About Growing Great Blue Lobelia

Lobelia Siphilitica low-BEL-ee-a, sigh-fy-LY-tih-kuh is a species of flowering plants in the Campanulaceae family.Originating from North America, this dicotyledonous plant is known for its unique and fancy, bright blue blooms.With an upright growth pattern, this distinctive plant is perfect for adding vertical interest to the landscape in a graceful manner.
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Lobelia Laxiflora Care: Tips On Growing The Mexican Cardinal Flower

Lobelia laxiflora low-BEE-lee-a, laks-ih-FLO-ruh is a flowering plant native to the Americas.This Lobelia plant species is found throughout parts of South and Central America and reaches as far north as Arizona in the US.For many years, people have used the plant for its medicinal alkaloids.The laxiflora species has a few common names:Mexican lobeliaMexican cardinal flowerSierra Madre lobeliaLoose flowers lobeliaDrooping lobeliaIt’s part of the Campanulaceae (bellflower) family and often grows as a perennial herb or sub-shrub.
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