The native land is the South America. It basically grassy plants. The most widespread kind – Browallia speciosa. Plants of this kind form a branchy bush to 35 sm in height, and blossoming depending on a grade blue, lilac, dark blue or white flowers.
Leaves of Browallia are of light-green color on thin small stalks. Browallia is a short-lived plant. Every year sow seeds which easily ascend, the plant very quickly starts to blossom, and under favorable conditions flowering ;plentiful enough. With the termination of flowering a plant throw out.
The temperature should be moderated or cool, it is desirable not above 17°C. In too warm premise leaves turn yellow and dry, buds and flowers is formed not much, the plant quickly loses decorative appeal.
The bright diffused light with a small amount of direct solar beams is necessary. Will approach both the western and east window. At a southern window it is required shadeness at the hottest o’clock in the afternoon. The best shade in rooms – a tulle curtain, on a balcony – a crone of near trees.
Having watered should be Plentiful since spring till the autumn. The soil should be all time damp.
Breeds by seeds in the beginning of spring.