Elysian Flora

Welcome to Elysian Flora
Cart 0.00
Subtotal: 0.00

No products in the cart.

No products in the cart.

Vinca Plants

Are you searching for a plant to brighten up your landscape with some fresh color ? Which of these is similarly low-maintenance? The vinca plant is an excellent choice for you. It’s a plant that not only provides color to a room, but also fills it, giving it a thick and lovely appearance. It’s not even necessary to deadhead it.

Vinca is called “Sadaphuli” in India, which means “ever-blooming.” It is one of the most popular blooming plants due to its minimal care requirements. It thrives in both the sun and the shade. It can also withstand a degree of drought. However, it must be watered on a regular basis in order to blossom brilliantly and spread out in the area.

A vinca plant may reach a height of 8 feet with appropriate maintenance. Vinca plants come in a variety of forms, including perennial and annual varieties.
Perennial vincas are flowers that bloom in the spring. They are mostly blue in hue, although they may also be white or purple.
They’re flowers that blossom in the summer. They bloom in a variety of hues, ranging from pink to purple to white.

Vincas, whether in a little box or a yard, may grow densely and fill up the gaps. They need less attention, but they still blossom wonderfully. Penta flowers, lantanas, and million bells are all good companion plants.
Elysian Flora offers a diverse selection of flowering plants to provide color, happiness, and vitality to your landscape and life.

Showing the single result

  • Sale! Quick View
    Flowering Plants

    Vinca Plant

    199.00 Add to cart

    Common Names Annual vinca, Madagascar periwinkle, rosy periwinkle
    Botanical Name Catharanthus roseus
    Family Apocynaceae
    Plant Type Herbaceous perennial, usually grown as an annual
    Mature Size 6-18 in. tall, similar spread
    Sun Exposure Full sun, part shade
    Soil Type Sandy loam
    Soil pH 6.0-7.0
    Bloom Time June to frost
    Flower Color White, pink, mauve, red
    Hardiness Zones 9-11 (USDA), grown as an annual elsewhere
    Native Area Madagascar

Shopping Cart
Scroll to Top
WhatsApp Us
Need Help ?
Hello Plant Lover
How can we help you ?