Can you tell me what this herbaceous plant is? I don't remember buying or planting it and I do not think it is a wild self-seeded plant.
Moltkia genus. There are about 6 species in this genus, of perennials or small shrubs found on rocky, sunny hillsides. They produce lance-shaped, hairy, mid to dark green leaves. The flowers are usually tubular and pendulous in shades of blue, purple and sometimes yellow.
Perennials, Evergreens, Shrubs
Europe & S.W.Asia
Grown for their funnel-shaped flowers in summer.
They are fully to frost hardy, and will prefer full sun and alkaline, well-drained soil, especially in winter.
Propagation is by semi-ripe cuttings in summer or by seed in the autumn. For the the woody species, you can use layering.
Prone to aphids and whitefly under glass.
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