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The Shoo-Fly-Plant, sometimes called the Apple of Peru, is an annual variety that grows up to 90 centimetres in height. This lovely unique plant produces ornamental trumpet flowers in the corners of its leaves. The 3.5 centimetres broad flowers are a lovely lavender and have a white centre that is home to a star-shaped blotch. It is not only the flowers that have a true ornamental value though, as the green foliage is also valued as an exeptional decoration. The Shoo-Fly-Plant is ideal for high flower beds or wild gardens.
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Sow indoors, Sow 1mm deep into moist well-drained seed compost. Ideal temp. 22°C. Germination takes 15-20 days. Once seedlings are large enough to handle transplant to 8cm pots and grow on. Acclimatise and plant out after danger of frost has passed with 40cm spacing.
Growing; Requires little attention. Do not allow the soil to dry out, may benefit from some light support.
Cultivation; Will self-seed freely, deadhead to avoid self-seeding.