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Cerinthe is a small genus containing around 6 annual, biennial or perennial species in the Boraginaceae family. These plants are commonly known by the name Honeywort, they are characterised by their slightly fleshy foliage and stems and their distinctive, vibrant, coloured structures surrounding their drooping flowers. The flowers are tubular to bell-shaped and usually blue-purple or yellow in colour. These plants tend to have bushy habits, they are half-hardy to around -5 degrees Celsius, plant in a position of full sun, in moist, well-draining soil for optimal growth.