Viper's Bugloss White Bedder Dwarf Echium Plantagineum is a biennial flowering plant native to western and southern Europe. Viper's Bugloss White Bedder seeds are planted directly outdoors in spring after last frost, and other common names of this plant are Lady Campbell Weed, Paterson's Curse, Plantain-Leaf Viper's Bugloss, Riverina Bluebell, and Salvation Jane. Echium Plantagineum is a compact and bushy plant that blooms profusely in spring with masses of showy, bell-like, pure-white flowers on sturdy branching stems. Echium Plantagineum flowers are rich in pollen and nectar, so they are known as one of the best flowers to attract honeybees and other beneficial pollinators including butterflies.
Viper's Bugloss White Bedder Dwarf plant is widely grown in cutting and butterfly gardens, flower beds, borders, wildflower meadows, containers and patio pots. For continuous flowers, Echium Plantagineum seeds can be sown two or three times during a season, and once established Viper's Bugloss White Bedder makes a low maintenance plant that tolerates drought and self-sows itself freely.
Height: 16 Inches
Bloom Season: Spring/Summer/Fall
Environment: Full Sun/Partial Shade
Soil Type: Average/Poor/Moist well-drained
USDA Zones: 3-8
Sow Indoors: N/A
Sow Outdoors: Spring/Summer/Fall
Seed Depth: 1/4 Inch
Germination Time: 14-21 Days
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