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A genus of 3 accepted species of evergreen shrubs or subshrubs in the Boraginaceae family, originating from Southwestern and Southern parts of Europe into Turkey and Algeria. They are low-growing plants with blue or white forget-me-not-like flowers, that prefer a rocky habitat and in cultivation are popular rockery or dry stone wall specimens.
How to propagate Lithodora
You can propagate by semi-ripe cuttings in mid-summer. Or propagate from cuttings of last year's growth (hardwood cutting) and strike in a mix of compost and sand.
Propagate by seed in the autumn.
Other uses of Lithodora
Grown for their flowers. Is excellent in rock gardens.