Plumbago is a bit of a sleeper plant in the garden: It just sits there all spring and summer, then suddenly erupts into color in late July or early August. The show starts with a display of attractive true-blue flowers that sit daintily upon the foliage. Once the blooms begin to appear, they continue on and off until hard frost. 

Plumbago's foliage puts on the second act of the show, turning shades of bronze and red as the days get shorter and night temperatures cool. The contrast of the red foliage against the blue flowers is simply stunning. Plumbago grows 12 inches tall and can spread 18 inches wide making it an ideal groundcover for almost any garden situation. The plants are relatively deer resistant. Hardy from zones 5-9.


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