Common Garden Ageratum
Common Garden Ageratum Ageratum houstonianum is often grown in
window boxes or garden borders. It has broad somewhat heart-shaped leaves
and the flowering heads are grouped in clusters as they are in the closely
related genus Eupatorium. Flowers are often blue but may be pink or
white and they retain their colour for a long time, which is the origin of
the name "Ageratum" meaning "not old".
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