Lobelia angulata Overview
This is a very frost-hardy creeper, which produces wide, rounded, deep green leaves with roughly serrated edges. In mid-spring to early summer, white, star-shaped flowers are produced, followed in the autumn by globular, reddish purple fruit.
How to propagate Lobelia angulata
Propagation is by division or from seed in autumn.
Other uses of Lobelia angulata
Grown for their mass of star-shaped flowers; it is suitable for rock gardens.