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Consists of approximately 70 annual, biennial and perennial plants which are grown for their profuse, scented flowers. Blooms are saucer-shaped and typically purple or blue, with some white and pink colours observed. Species from this genus make nice container plants and are often kept as houseplants.
Common problems with Exacum
How to propagate Exacum
You can propagate by seeds which are sown in early spring for flowering the same year or in late summer for flowering the following year.
Other uses of Exacum
Grown for their profusion of flowers that are excellent as indoor pot plants.