This plant has no fragrance
Mauve Spurflower Overview
A matt- forming ground cover with pretty bright mauve-pink flowers and succulent leaves. They are drought tolerant and work well in hanging baskets. Flowering in Autumn. Naturally occurring in subtropical forest margins and cliffs in quartzitic sandstone mountains and also in the Eastern Cape (RSA). Rainfall is on average between 1500-2000mm per annum (summer rainfall).
Common problems with Mauve Spurflower
How to propagate Mauve Spurflower
Not usually propagated from seed.
Take 10-15cm cutings and remove leaves from bottom half. Root in sandy soil mix.
Special features of Mauve Spurflower
Pretty plant for hanging baskets!
Other uses of Mauve Spurflower
An attractive ground cover that works well in hanging baskets.