This plant has a mild fragrance
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Plectranthus elegantulus Overview
P. elegantulus is a perennial herb in the same family as rosemary and mints, Lamiaceae. It grows up to 0,2 m tall, with trailing stems, that are sparingly branched, up to 0,3 m long. Plectranthus all have 'square' stems when cut through and the flowers resemble a spur. They are shade-loving plants that easily grow in hanging baskets or pots with the added bonus of pretty flowers in Autumn.
Common problems with Plectranthus elegantulus
How to propagate Plectranthus elegantulus
Root stems with bottom leaves removed in moist soil. Keep moist while rooting.