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    Plectranthus zuluensis - bright shade

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    • Marianne Paulsen

      Plectranthus zuluensis - A beautiful, ever-blooming groundcover for bright shade, Plectranthus zuluensis grows quickly to 18” tall & 3’ - 4’ across. Its numerous 4” - 5” flowering spikes are a nice lavender-purple & are well displayed on dark purple stems above the foliage. The attractive leaves are rich green & quilted like Coleus & form a dense mass. Easy, pretty & useful! Rich soil is best. Protect below 32°.

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    • Diggins Stewart

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