The ageratum flower most commonly found in the garden is a hybrid, growing in a petite and compact form. When you learn how to plant ageratum and grow it successfully, you will always have a blue flower option for the bed or border. Common name: Goat weed, Billy goat weed, Tropical whiteweed, Jangli pudina, Visadodi, Semandulu, Gha buti, Bhakumbar Color: Blue, white, violet and pink Bloom time: Summer to frost Height: 6 to 24 inches x 6 to 12 inches Difficulty level: Very Easy Planting & Care Keep plants well-watered and weeded once transplanted. Although they can tolerate dry conditions, young plants need moist soil to get established.
|Features||They are so compact and floriferous that they are often used in formal designs that need a blue color. Some varieties are white or pink, and few are tall with a loose form. Its fringed, button-like flowers are very unique and provide interesting texture.