Perennial plumbago is a neat, well-behaved plant that grows 8" to 12" high and spreads
to 18" making it welcome at the front of a mixed border or massed as a ground cover.
The terminal clusters of blue flowers appear from summer through fall when the foliage
turns a bronze-red before going dormant for the winter. It is best to use perennial
plumbago in a well-drained soil and to cut old stems to the ground each spring for
Exposure: Partial shade to full sun
Hardiness: USDA Zone 5