Description from Monticello
Browallia, also called Amethyst Flower or Bush Violet, is a tender, tropical perennial grown as an annual, which self-sows easily in the garden. The tiny flowers are rich amethyst blue with dark eyes smudged white, and plants will produce an airy mass of long-flowered blossoms throughout the summer. Named after Johan Browallius (1707-1755), a Swedish botanist, physician, and bishop, this South American species was introduced into cultivation in 1735. Sow seed directly in the garden or indoors in early spring and transplant after last frosts. Grows to 2′ high and wide.
Approximately 25-30 seeds per pack.