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Trachystemon orientalis  • 

Photo: Abraham-Isaac-Jacob

Photo: Abraham-Isaac-Jacob

From a botanical perspective, the plant belongs to the family Boraginaceae and is a hermaphrodite. although Trachystemon orientalis is endemic to southeastern Europe and western Asia, it gained a wide distribution in the UK.

A very effective groundcover as it grows in shaded woodland as well as full sun, and a range of soil conditions and moisture levels. Its invasive characteristics can be a concern in some regions. Used as wild vegetables in Turkey (food). 

Source:UCB Botanical Gardens

Properties

Height
1 - 1000 cm
Color
Soil type
Any
Sunlight
Any
PH
Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Moisture
Well-drained, Poorly-drained, Moist but well-drained
Hardiness
Hardy