Description: Heliotrope grows 12-18 inches high with large 4 inch clusters of small individual blooms. The old-time name for this plant was the 'cherry pie plant' due to the luscious cherry smell it provides, some even say it has a tasty vanilla smell as well. This beauty should have spent blooms removed for best regrowth.
How to grow: Heliotrope grows best in full sun area to partial shade. Space from 12-15 inches apart.
Uses: Heliotrope is traditionally used for borders and containers.