Lady's eardrops Overview
This genus has about 100 species with many hybrids. They will come in a variety of forms and a wonderful range of colours in shades of red, white, pink and purple. They are deciduous or evergreen trees, shrubs or perennials.
How to propagate Lady's eardrops
Sow seeds in spring.
Propagate by softwood cuttings in any season.
Other uses of Lady's eardrops
Grown for their flowers, usually borne from early summer to early autumn. The flowers are very attractive to bees. Suitable for coastal conditions. Attracts humming birds in suitable geographical locations.