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Isotoma axillaris (Blue Stars)

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Isotoma axillaris Common Name: Rock Isotome, Showy Isotome, Blue Stars Family: Lobeliaceae Location: East coast to plains – NSW Flower Colour: Blue Flowers: October – March Soil: Sandy or good drainage. Drainage: Damp areas Exposure: Full sun = light coloured soils and conversely. Frost sensitive Cover: Height – 40 cms x Width – 40 cms Water: Best results in damp soil but not a bog. Danger: Cut stems exude white sap that produces a severe stinging sensation if rubbed on eyes and may cause irritation to sensitive skin. Prune: Prune hard after flowering; then reshoots; otherwise will die. Replace for vigour every 2 years Attracts: Border plant This plant is in a 3.5”/9cm square forestry pot. Photos are examples only and are a guide to what your plant can be like when mature. Photo: Jeff Howes

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