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29/06/2012 at 07:44

Hi everyone,

i was given some seeds by a friend of a flower which i have grown 2 years running.  it produces lovely green leaves with very small darker green spots, "smaller than a pin head" it has pretty lilac flowers, (i am told by my friend you can also get them with pink flowers) once the flower  is over they turn into seed pods.  it is an annual and can grow to around 18" high, so i'm told.  My friend belived with was a Peruvian or chillian vine but it does not appear to be from what i have found on internet. it does not climb

any help would be much appreciated, Sue

 

29/06/2012 at 08:11

perhaps a picture of the plant would be more help?

 

29/06/2012 at 13:35

A long shot because these are more mottled than spotted, Cerithe Major AKA Honeywort.

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