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Genus of 4 to 6 species of herbaceous perennials and semi-evergreen subshrubs found on streambanks and at forest margins in New Zealand and Chile.
They are classified as members of the figwort or mint family.
The spots within the two-lipped flowers are landing pad indicators for pollinating insects.
HerbaceousEarly in the year, typically January till end of March, herbaceous plants might be supplied in 9cm pots to ensure timely despatch.Perrenials and semi-evergreen subshrubs.
Will grow outside in milder locationsThis could include plants which would survive happily in a greenhouse or conservatory if not in a mild location. If you have a sheltered spot in your garden then it may do well here.If growing in greenhouse use loamless compost. Full light but shade from hot sun and give plenty of ventilation
Full sunNeeds winter mulch
Additional FeaturesGood to knowGrown for their showy 2-lipped flowers.Pests & DiseasesNone.Place of originNew Zealand, Chile.
HardinessFrost hardy (down to -5)
Soil ConditionsFertile well drained soil
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pale lilac flowers with darker spots and a yellow flash
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