0.2. – 0.5m
A small but famous wildflower of WA, often appearing in masses after bushfires. Prefers dry climates and is most long lived (3-4 years at most) in cultivation when planted in containers, pots and hanging baskets with free draining soil. If in the garden, ensure a well-drained sandy site in a sunny position – rockeries or raised beds are ideal. Stunning blue flowers come on in winter and spring.