Echium vulgare

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Related to Echium vulgare: viper's bugloss
  • noun

Synonyms for Echium vulgare

a coarse prickly European weed with spikes of blue flowers

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But, for less of a challenge, grow the native British viper's bugloss, Echium vulgare, also a biennial with rich blue flowers but on bushier, branched stems reaching 30cm-60cm (2ft-3ft).
Tall plants (blue delphiniums, Echium vulgare 'Blue Bedder', and catmint) grow against the fence, and tall 'Tara's Pink' cape mallow grows in one corner.
For filling in the middle of the beds there are some quite dwarf forms of Echium vulgare, which is a very pretty bushy plant with blue, pink, purple and white flowers but it does need to be germinated in the summer under glass at a temperature of about 60 degrees F.