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Lobelia anceps

Erect or sprawling hairless perennial with prostrate branches that root at the nodes which loves to grow in warm, damp conditions. The leaves are ovate-elliptical are toothed. The exquisite tiny flowers appear in the axils of the upper leaves. The flowers can be compared to a fan due to the corolla tube being split to the base between : 2 upper petals which are tiny and stand upright and 3 much larger lower petals.

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Common Name:
Angled lobelia, swamp lobelia
Plant Height:
50 cm
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Flowering Time:
November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June