This plant has a mild fragrance
Purple Mountain Plectrantus Overview
An evergreen creeper and subspecies of P. purpuratus that has dense hairs and occurs naturally at high altitudes. 'Montanus' means 'from the mountain'- it is an alpine plant and is resistant to light frost. Use it is a ground cover or potplant.
Common problems with Purple Mountain Plectrantus
Relative problem free.
How to propagate Purple Mountain Plectrantus
Sow seed in Spring. Keep moist until germinated.
Take cuttings from shoots and remove leaves from the bottom half. Place in potting soil and keep moist.
Special features of Purple Mountain Plectrantus
Other uses of Purple Mountain Plectrantus
A useful ground cover or pot-plant.