Anchusa arvensis Overview
This species is an annual plant growing up to 40 cm in height. The pale blue flowers are bilaterally symmetrical and are held in scorpioid cymes. The mid green basal leaves are stalked and the stem leaves are stalk-less. They are arranged alternately and are lanceolate to ovate, with crinkly edges and are shallowly toothed, with hairs on both sides of the blade.
How to propagate Anchusa arvensis
Sow the seeds in late winter or early spring.
Other uses of Anchusa arvensis
Grown for their flowers.