This plant has a mild fragrance
This drought-resistant, evergreen groundcover is fast growing in semi-shade. It naturally occurs in the Kwazulu Natal forest areas and attracts insect eating birds and butterflies. It can be planted indoors if it will receive enough indirect sunlight, or in containers on a patio.
Common problems with Spurflower
How to harvest Spurflower
Allow seedheads to dry on plants; remove and collect seeds.
How to propagate Spurflower
Take 15-20cm cuttings and root in moist soil.
Sow seeds in Autumn or Spring and keep moist.