Bukiniczia cabulica

A rare and wonderful plantthat forms a bizarre 2-4” rosette of heart-shaped, bluish-green leaves with intricate, creamy white veins. Thriving in dry, sunny, well-draining conditions, this little guy is great in a clay pot (1 gal.+) or planted at the front of a dry bed. In its first year, the elongated juvenile foliage makes way for the chubbier mature leaf form. In its second Summer, it produces architecturally appealing, multi-branching, 14” tall flower stalks with inconspicuous beigey-pink flowers. After flowering, it will die but reseeds reliably for future generations. Some plants may also reproduce by offsets, forming cute little clumps of foliar fun.

Lisa,
Plant Unicorn

Full Sun
Low Water

Biennial
USDA zones 5-9