Water your blue daze regularly during its first year of growth so that the soil remains moist. Once established, blue daze should only be watered when the top few inches of the soil dry out. In winter, when blue daze is not in bloom, water only during periods of drought. via
Can blue daze be divided?
You can plant more than one cutting in the same container, but space the stems so the leaves don't overlap. via
Will blue daze come back after a hard freeze?
After a hard freeze, blue daze will die back for the winter. In early spring around March 1, trim it to a few inches from its main source. Start watering and fertilizing it. Soon blue daze will grow back and bloom from May to the first freeze. via
How do you cut back Evolvulus?
When you're first growing evolvulus, be sure to prune the plant back somewhat to encourage branching. You can also give the young growing tips an occasional pinch to help to encourage a bushy plant. As seasons pass, evolvulus plants may begin to look a bit tired, and the blooming slows down. via
Does Blue Daze like sun or shade?
Evolvulus glomeratus. Blue Daze has true-blue ruffled petals and silvery-green leaves. The one-inch flowers bloom during the day, closing if rain approaches. It loves heat and sun; provide fertile, well-drained soil supplied with a slow-release fertilizer. via
Does Blue Daze come back every year?
This beautiful perennial (it will come back year after year) ground cover is so easy to take care and has so few issues that I am sure it will quickly become one of your favorites as well. It is an extremely hardy plant, and it will tolerate conditions near a pool very well! via
Does Blue Daze attract hummingbirds?
Blue Daze Evolvulus; Evolvulus mutallianus 'Blue Daze'
Uses: Butterflies and hummingbirds. Great ground cover. via
Is Blue Daze invasive?
Features. Blue daze is a fast growing, not invasive, plant that works well as a ground cover or cascading accent in a rock or coastal garden. via
How far apart should I plant Blue Daze?
Blue Daze reaches about 12 inches tall, spreading outward to about 24 inches. This low-growing form makes it the perfect plant for the front of the border. Space plants 12 to 24 inches apart. via
Is Blue my mind a perennial?
Bees and butterflies love the nectar-rich blooms and will spend hours in your garden feasting. Although evolvulus is perennial in the southern part of the country, most regions consider it an annual and replace it every year. via
Is Blue Daze the same as blue mind?
Blue My Mind is a new genus from Proven Winners® offering stunning deep sky blue flowers with silver-toned foliage. Blue My Mind is better branched and has larger flowers and more impact than 'Blue Daze' and is drought, heat and humidity tolerant. via
Can you propagate Blue Daze in water?
Propagate blue daze from cuttings in late spring or summer when the plant is actively growing. Water it to a 3-inch depth the night before gathering the cuttings. via
Why is my blue my mind not blooming?
Blue My Mind performs best in full sun and needs to be protected from even light frost. Historically, late-season pruning was a very common cause of a lack of flowers for shrubs and trees. There are numerous reasons why plants may not flower. Most often, however, too little sun is the culprit. via
Is Evolvulus a perennial or annual?
Evolvulus glomeratus, or Dwarf Morning Glory, is a tender, non-vining, herbaceous perennial more often grown as an annual that is a member of the Convolvulaceae family. It has brilliant blue flowers over a carpet of fuzzy, oval-shaped green leaves. via
When should I fertilize my blue mind?
6"/1GL Royale™: 8 – 10 weeks with one 84 cell plant per container. Or, 6 – 8 weeks if planted with two 84 cell plants. 8": 10 – 12 weeks with one 84 cell plant per container. Or, 7 – 9 weeks if planted with two 84 cell plants. via