Cymbalaria muralis, commonly referred to as Kenilworth ivy, is an extremely low-growing ground cover that forms a dense mat of tiny, shallow-lobed, rounded to kidney-shaped, medium-green leaves (to 1 "across) that typically grow 1-2" tall on trailing stems rooting at the nodes. It is European and Asian-born. It has escaped gardens in many parts of North America, and naturalized. Small, long-stalked, snapdragon-like, blue violet flowers blooming from May to September with yellow throats. On close inspection, flowers are fairly beautiful but maybe too small to be considered showy.
How to plant ?
- Fill seeds in warm water for 24 hours
- Fill seeds in cold water for 72 hours.
- Put seeds in wet soil for 1.5cm cover with plastic
- Water every day , the seeds will sprout in 15 days.
Now Please feel free to enjoy our flowers.