Tropaeolum azureum Overview
This is a rare perennial climber which will grow about 1m and has pale or mid-green, lance-shaped leaflets. In late spring, pale blue flowers with creamy or yellow centres are borne.
Common problems with Tropaeolum azureum
How to propagate Tropaeolum azureum
You can propagate by seeds, tubers or basal stem cuttings in the spring.
Other uses of Tropaeolum azureum
Grown for their brightly coloured flowers. window boxes, bedding, edging, covering & banks. Suitable for coastal conditions. Some species are edible.