Beautiful says it all.
Bees love it!
Zone 9 - These grow freely here and multiply on thier own. I love such a no care beautiful plant. The blooms attract butterfly's, bees and hummingbirds.
Love this plant!
This is a pleasing plant when given plenty of water and sunshine. I had to remove it from this flowerbed, though, due to its invasive character in loose soil.
The leaves on this short variety are very attractive. These plants could use more sunshine to increase flower production.
I keep mexican petunia contained in this tub. They get leggy and I have to trim them often. Roots well, too.
A rare bicolor Mexican petunia blooming in December in my yard.
Emerging Mexican Petunia, 3-2-05.
Close up of a flower. Somewhere between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, late spring.
in a pot for this year on my front porch. we will plant it in the winter.
showing the 3 colours together for contrast ,broad foliage belongs to the white,all blooming now in my garden in s.e.qld Australia
Mexican Petunia, Year One in SC
Such an easy plant to root. Just cut off about 1 foot or so and stick it in water. Within a few days, roots are growing.
Ruellia brittoniana; Gaylesville, Alabama
Close Up of My Mexican 'Summer Petunias'
My Ruellia 'Mexican Summer Petunias' mike.
My Ruellia 'Mexican Summer Petunias' from farther back. mike.
close up of flower
Abundant flowering early in the morning zone 9b late September FL