Evolvulus pilosus

Family: Convolvulaceae


This is a popular species for landscaping because of its toughness. It's used as a low shrubby specimen or groundcover. The main feature is the blue flowers (there is also a white-flowered form), so like most flowering species it isn't suitable for constant clipping. However, it needs to be cut well back from time to time to keep it fresh and compact and looking good.

More information about Evolvulus coming to this page in the future.

More Online Information


Evolvulus glomeratus National Tropical Botanical Garden
Evolvulus glomeratus Missouri Botanical Garden
Blue Daze offers rare summerlong color Evolvulus glomeratus 'Blue Daze'. Mississippi State University
Blue Daze Evolvulus glomeratus 'Blue Daze'. Online Manual of Subtropical Landscaping Plants, Palm Beach Community College, Florida
Blue Daze offers rare summerlong color Mississippi State University
Evulus glomeratus - 'Blue Daze' Aricle in Cochise County Master Gardener newsletter, Arizona (PDF)
Evolvulus nuttallianus Missouri Botanical Garden
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