Use this low growing Ageratum in the miniature garden to emulate a blue hydrangea. It grows masses of flat-top button-shaped flowers from late spring to mid-fall. Green, pointy leaves remain throughout the year. See the photo and video gallery for ideas about where to plant it. It is best for border edging, mass planting, containers, and hanging baskets. At maturity, these plants will grow to be just under a foot tall. It does best in partial shade or full sun, with average moisture conditions.
Note: The Hawaii Blue needs to be cut back on a regular basis, as it is a vigorous growing plant.