Propagating Blue Daze the Right Way
The blue daze (Evolvulus glomeratus) is a beauty that produces stunning blue flowers and narrow silvery-green leaves which is a bonus complementing flower beds and is also great for container gardening. This heat- sun-loving plant that is a herbaceous perennial is widely used in home gardens as a summer annual in tropical regions.
Blue daze can also withstand some afternoon shade and can reach heights of 12 inches with a width of 2-3 ft and grows well in zones 8-11. What I found so amazing about blue daze is new flowers are consistently produced each morning. This flowering beauty is a must for your summer garden however in this article we will be taking a closer look at how to successfully propagate blue daze so you can have an abundance of these flowering plants grown and cared for with your very own hands. For more on how this is done continue reading.