Plectranthus neochilus ‘Lois Woodhull’ is a perennial, highly aromatic, succulent herb, which grows up to 50cm high and 100cm wide. The deep blue and purple flowers are borne from spring to Autumn. It forms an attractive ground cover even when the plant is not in flower (rarely in the Algarve). Very drought tolerant, cold hardy and quick to establish. Successful in both sun and shade where the extremes of these two conditions can produce two quite different, but quite acceptable, looking plants. This is the ideal plant for edges of driveways and hanging over walls where it can withstand rough treatment, even from cars.