What is WAHLENBERGIA?

(Syn. Edraianthus, Tufted Harebell. Nat. Ord. Campanulaceae).These tufted plants with grassy leaves are all good rock garden plants, and may be easily raised from seeds sown in gentle heat in March. Wdhlenbergia dalmatica. This biennial bears tufts of grassy leaves. Flowers rich violet in dense heads. Site sunny. Soil gritty, well drained. Flowering Period, June to August. Height, 3 ins. W. graminifoUa.This biennial bears tufts of downy leaves. Flowers pale blue. Site sunny. Soil gritty. Flowering Period, May to July. Height, 3 ins. W. Pumilio (Syn. W. pumiliorum). This perennial bears tufts of very short silvery leaves. Flowers lilac or rosy-lilac. Site sunny. Soil rocky. Flowering Period, May to July. Height, 2 ins. W. serpyllijolia (Thyme-leaved Harebell).This perennial bears tufts of narrow shining green leaves. Flowers deep violet-blue. Site sunny. Soil gritty. Flowering Period, June to August. Height, 3 ins. W. vincaeflora (Syn. W. gentianoides). This plant bears tufts of slender stems. Flowers deep blue. Site, half-shade. Soil rich gritty loam. Flowering Period, May to July. Height, i ft.

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