Foliage is pale green on compact trailing stems radiating from a central point when young. They produce many offsets and root from trailing stems which is a good means of propagation by simply lifting and replanting as they form. The flowers are trumpet shaped with a wide open mouth often as wide as tall, colour is pale blue but with a paler tube and greenish spotting down the throat. We would recommend a position in full sun with plenty of moisture and acid soil for these plants to thrive. Although these are named as a 'strain', we actually propagate vegetatively from a good blue form.