This plant has a mild fragrance
Plectranthus fruticosus 'Behr's Pride' Overview
The 'Behr's Pride' cultivar of P. fruticosus has dark purple on the underside of the leaves and the panicles are bright pink. Discovered in 1931 by Mr Behr in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, it is a decorative flowering shade plant.
Common problems with Plectranthus fruticosus 'Behr's Pride'
How to propagate Plectranthus fruticosus 'Behr's Pride'
Sow seed in spring and keep moist while germinating.
Take cuttings from 15-20cm lenth and plant cuttings 6-8cm deep in well-draining soil.
Special features of Plectranthus fruticosus 'Behr's Pride'
Attracts useful insects
A good choice for dry shade areas.
Other uses of Plectranthus fruticosus 'Behr's Pride'
A decorative flowering shade plant.