- Flower nameGlobularia Blue-Eye
- Scientific nameGlobularia salicina 'blue eye'
- Aliasグロブラリア ブルーアイ, ルリカンザシ, 青い瞳
- Place of originhorticultural species
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, September, October
What is Globularia Blue-Eye
Globularia Blue-Eye (Scientific Name: Globularia salicina 'Blue Eye') is a horticultural species of Globularia sarcophile (scientific name: Globularia salicina). When it is in bud it is blue, but when it starts to bloom it produces multi-petaled flowers that are blue in the center and white in the periphery.
The original species, G. salcophylla, is endemic to the Canary Islands and the Madira Islands and is a small semi-cold tolerant creeping evergreen shrub in the family Plantaginaceae, genus Globularia. Locally, it is native to sunny, dry and rocky areas at lower elevations.
Common Name: Globularia Blue-Eye, Scientific Name: Globularia salicina 'Blue Eye', Shrub height: 30 to 50 cm, Also known as Rurikantosporium orchidis, Blue eyes, Leaf shape: spatulate, Leaf margin: full Margins, flower color: blue-violet, flower diameter: 2 cm, flowering season: May-October, use: garden plants, potted plants.