The "night flowering wild petunia" is a hardy and rarely seen relative of the lovely well-known acanthus. It bears funnel-shaped purple flowers typical of a Mexican petunia, on dividing twiggy stems which are evergreen in mild winters.
Sow seeds at any time in good loamy compost, keeping the pot in a cool place. Seeds sometimes inevitably only germinate in the spring so please be patient. Plant out in a well-drained spot in good soil.
Common name:Night flowering wild petunia.
Packet Content:25 (Approx)