DIDISCUS caeruleus 'Lacy Lavender' (syn. TRACHYMENE caerulea)
blue lace flower
Annual: Heirloom - introduced from Australia in 1828! Sweet-scented flowers resemble Queen Anne's lace. The small flowers take the form of 2-3" wide umbels. Great for cottage and cutting gardens. Bloom time: summer-fall. Bloom color: pale lavender-blue. Height: 24-36". Width: 10". Water: moderate. Exposure: sun.