Poor Man's Orchid "Butterfly" - Schizanthus x wisetonensis.
Can be used as a pot plant and for cutting!
Annual plant, 20-40 cm high, with delicate branchy shoots ending in crested flowers of white, pink, purple and lilac shades. Blooms from July to September. Particularly useful as a garden bed, curb, cut flower and pot plant. Sowing seeds in March - April in boxes. Planting in a permanent place from mid-May, at a distance of 20 x 30 cm. The plant grows best in a sunny place.
Eng.: Butterfly Flower, Poor Man's Orchid. Suom.: Loistoperhoskukka. Sven.: prunkfjärilsblomster, fattigmansorkidé. Bot. syn.: Schizanthus pinnatus × Schizanthus grahamii.