This plant has a mild fragrance
Plectranthus sanguineus Overview
Soft-wooded shrubby perennial which grows up to 1.5 m and taller. The erect stems are slightly succulent, brown to purplish, sometimes yellowish near the inflorescence and are often almost leafless at flowering time. The fleshy leaves are yellowish, brownish or whitish, broad at the apex and tapered at the base, hairy and with some pale glands underneath. The inflorescence is simple or branched and fairly dense. The flowers are 2-lipped, almost white, pale blue or purple, pubescent and with red glands on the lobes.
Common problems with Plectranthus sanguineus
How to propagate Plectranthus sanguineus
Make cuttings from the shoots and remove the leaves from the bottom half. Root in moist pottingsoil.