- Flower nameBlue star creeper
- Scientific nameLobelia pedunculata cv. county park
- AliasMatted pratia, Trailing pratia, Lobelia pedunculata, blue star creeper
- Place of originhorticultural cultivar of Tasmania
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July
What is Blue star creeper
Blue star creeper (Lobelia pedunculata cv. county park) is a horticultural cultivar of the family Campanulaceae, native to Tasmania. It is also called Lobelia pedunculata, matted pratia, trailing pratia and blue star creeper. The grass is low and bears matted, small, bright blue, star-shaped flowers. The flowers are lip-shaped with two lobes on the upper lip and three lobes on the lower lip. It is crawling, making it suitable for ground cover.
Common name: Blue star creeper, scientific name: Lobelia pedunculata cv. county park, Also known as: Lobelia pedunculata, matted pratia, trailing pratia, blue star creeper, Life-type: Creeping perennial, leaf blade: 0.5-0.8 cm, leaf shape: ovate, leaf margin: serrated, leaf color: green, leaf inflorescence: alternate, right and left symmetrical flowers, Inflorescence: Conical inflorescence, corolla tips 5 lobed and flattened, diameter: 0.7 to 1 cm, flower color: bluish-purple, flowering place: leaf axils, fruit: capsule, use: ground cover, potted, bedding, flowering plants.