Botanical Name: Evolvulus glomeratus
Cold Hardiness Zone: 8-11
Description: A mound-forming evergreen perennial. The gray-green leaves are pubescent (covered with short, fine hairs), held alternately on pubescent stems that are oval shaped and 1 to 2 inches long and 1/2-inch wide. The flowers are produced in the joints between the leaves and stems or leaf axils near the ends of the branches. Flowers are funnel-shaped up to an inch across and appear throughout the year. Each flower lasts one day, but they are produced in profusion. The color usually is a vibrant sky blue with a white throat.