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parviflorus Plectranthus zuluensis Plectranthus, with some 350 species, is a genus of warm-climate plants occurring largely in the southern hemisphere, in sub-Saharan Africa, Madagascar, India and the Indonesian archipelago down to Australia and some Pacific islands. It is closely related to Solenostemon, sometimes known as the spurflowers. Several species are grown as ornamental plants, as leaf vegetables, as root vegetables for their edible tubers, or as medicine. More

Plectranthus Description Page Sold Out 10714. Plectranthus 'Blue Yonder' $4.75 Plectranthus 'Blue Yonder' - A small sub-shrub to 14 inches tall by 2 feet wide with soft green foliage edged in white. Throughout the warm months of the year appear upright spikes bearing sky blue flowers that rise above the foliage. More

Plectranthus caninus in the shade. References - * The Global Compendium of Weeds Stub icon This Lamiaceae article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v • d • e Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

Cultivated varieties of Plectranthus are grown primarily for their foliage and is most often used as an accent plant in mixed containers and plantings. More