Dubai UAE zone 11
I really like this plant as it creeps over the rocks around the pond.
Excellent ground cover. I use them to dress up the bases of Crape Myrtles.Minor trimming gives a beautiful full compact mound as much as 12" high with an explosion of flowers through the entire summer to late fall.
I live in Wilmington NC and I purchased Blue Daze and planted it in a large container. It is absolutely stunning, and it is the easiest plant I have ever taken care of!
Blooming in mid winter, Rio de Janeiro
One more closeup...this tiny flower is so welcome in mid to late summer when the only other sky blue flower here in the hot humid midwest seems to be the morning glory.
I just brought this inside....don't know if it will survive inside. I love this plant, my best friend gave it to me...
This plant has curled up a couple times on cold nights but recovers when brought in and watered. It's just delightful! I've had it for 9 mos. and it continually blooms.
This plant is lovely as a groundcover with the blooms providing a breath of freshness in the garden.
I am in love with these pretty blue flowers, I will make sure I have them every year from now on.
July 28, 2007 at 3:43 pm.
First time planting of 'Blue Daze', but won't be my last!
Blue Daze in Container, Sevierville, TN 6/14/08
Blue Daze in a container, 6/14/08 Zone 6 Sevierville, TN
Sevierville, TN July 25, 2008
Sevierville, Tn July 25, 2008
A closer view of a Blue Daze, Hawaiian Blue Eyes 'Blue Daze' (Evolvulus glomeratus) with bloom with its magnicent blue petals and string-like pistils
Blue Daze, Hawaiian Blue Eyes 'Blue Daze' (Evolvulus glomeratus) growiing in the hottest part of my landscape. It is still a young plant.
Evolvulus...as much loved by insects as by me.
Taken Feb. 17th, 2012 in Central Florida zone 9b. Bloomed all winter long and only had minor frost damage.
This photo really shows the true blue color of these tiny flowers. Zone 9b Winter Springs, FL