Ruellia humilis

Ruellia humilis


Wild Petunia Categories: ,


Soil: Mesic(Medium) to Xeric(Dry) Sun: Full to Part Height: .5′-2′ Color: Violet Blooms: June-August Flowers:  Tubular and petunia-like. Leaves:

Suggested Uses:

This wildflower is a real beauty and should be used more often in the home landscape! It is low growing and grows well on sandy gravelly soils, making it an excellent rock garden plant. It will also do well on well-drained garden soil and is nice for front of the border or above a wall structure!.

Interesting Facts

Medicinal Uses: Food Uses: Other Uses:  Attractive to bees. More Info:  Reseeds readily! Folklore: Name: Named for Jen de la Ruelle, an early Frnch herbalist. Other Names:  Fringeleaf Wild Petunia, Hairy wild Petunia

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

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