Can anyone tell me whether Heliotrope are a hardy plant or a bedding plant. I live in Suffolk and have a fairly sheltered garden. Any advice would be helpful.
I would say Heliotrope are a tender perennial - they can be overwintered somwhere frost free and cuttings usually root well
Thank you Lily
I thought that mine would be OK in a sheltered spot by the back door in my mild area of the Sussex seaside but it wasn't. RIP
Can you take cuttings?
Yes I've taken several cuttings from Helliotrope Marine and overwintered them indoors . Tried fleecing them one year but no luck .
Old Thread, arise and come forth! I've just discovered Heliotrope marine and if chatsworth smells better than this, I need it urgently!
So Verdun, and others, please advise: where can I get the chatsworth variety?