This is a perennial lobelia that does not set seeds. For you this means a longer better blooming season.
Eventually you may find that your flowers have all turned brown. The way to clean the plant is to give it a light haircut, let it re-bud and come back into bloom. Cut it back hard at least once a year. Often a plant like this will do best the second year. You may divide and repot or plant in the ground.
Lobelias like full sun to part bright shade along the coast and part sun inland.
Feeding and Watering:
.Lobelias take plenty of water on a daily basis, (especially these large plants). You can repot them into something larger if needed. Fertilize like any other basket. Use liquid feed every two weeks.
Flowers are small and white or blue.
Season(s) Carried at Weidners:
Container or ground?
They’re great fillers in front of planters or in baskets or containers.
The links below are to the instructions we give out at the nursery. This page contains additional and expanded information.