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Prized largely for its foliage, this spreading evergreen perennial is grown as an annual or under glass.
Grown mainly for its velvety gray succulent leaves, this Australian native shrub can reach 3 feet high and wide.
As the name implies, this plectranthus has green leaves with lime green edges. Some of the leaves are entirely lime green. It looks great mingling around the feet of perennials, shrubs, and annuals.
Soft, fuzzy, purple-tinged leaves make this Plectranthus a good companion plant in containers.
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