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Lobelia White (lobelia erinus): It looks like a lobelia. There are many lobelias, ranging in height from 6 inches to 3 feet. It requires regular moisture and grows best in sun to part shade.

Lobelia (lobelia erinus): There are many lobelias, ranging in height from 6 inches to 3 feet. Yours is the classic blue annual, possibly the cultivar 'Ice Palace' that catches everyone's eye as well as bees, but there are other shades of red, blue, and white flowers. It requires regular moisture and grows best in sun to part shade.

Lobelia Erinus Cultivar (lobelia erinus cultivar): Annual lobelia are useful as pot plants or in the garden. They come in upright and trailing varieties with flowers in white or shades of blue, pink or purple. They grow best in sun to part shade and regular water. They do not need to be deadheaded and look good for months, but sadly, will die at the onset of cold weather. Occasionally, they reseed a bit.

Lobelia (lobelia erinus): This common edging plant grows about 12 cm high and spreads 15 to 40 cm wide. Flowers are usually blue, purple, or white.

Perennial Lobelia (lobelia siphilitica): This is a perennial lobelia - Lobelia siphilitica (and L. siphilitica 'Alba' which is the white version) It self seeds and is short-lived, so plants can travel around the garden. Pull them where they appear where you don't want them, and let them stay in locations where they look good. This plant appreciates regular moisture. This lobelia is native to your area, so it isn't necessarily an escaped cultivar.

myGardenAnswers: EDGING LOBELIA (lobelia erinus) There are many lobelias, ranging in height from 6 inches to 3 feet. Yours is the classic blue annual, possibly the cultivar 'Ice Palace' that catches everyone's eye as well as bees, but there are other shades of red, blue, and white flowers. It requires regular moisture and grows best in sun to part shade. Brought to you by myGardenAnswers. Now available in the app store.

Annual Lobelia (lobelia erinus): This common bedding or edging plant grows about 12 cm high and spreads 15 to 40 cm wide. Flowers are usually blue, purple, or white. It is from South Africa to Somalia.

Lobelia (lobelia erinus): There are many lobelias, ranging in height from 6 inches to 3 feet. Yours is the classic blue annual, possibly the cultivar 'Ice Palace' that catches everyone's eye as well as bees, but there are other shades of red, blue, and white flowers. It requires regular moisture and grows best in sun to part shade.

Perennial Lobelia (lobelia siphilitica): This is a perennial lobelia - Lobelia siphilitica (and L. siphilitica 'Alba' which is the white version) It self seeds and is short-lived, so plants can travel around the garden. Pull them where they appear where you don't want them, and let them stay in locations where they look good. This plant appreciates regular moisture.