Alternanthera ficoidea ‘Gold’(َقْمَة الحَمَل)

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Alternanthera ficoidea

Mat-forming to erect perenial with elliptic to obovate, pointed, mid-green leaves, 2.5cm long, which are marked with combinations of red, orange, purple, and yellow. Insignificant white flowers are produced in spherical to ovoid, axillary spikes, 3-10mm long. Height 20-30cm, Spread indefinite. Native to Mexico, South America. var. amoena syn. A. amoena, is dwarf, with lance-shaped to elliptic, mid-green leaves, heavily mottled and veined brown-red, orange, and purple; Height 5cm. ‘Versicolor’, syn. A. versicolor, is erect with bluntly spoon-shaped, copper or blood-red to maroon leaves; Height and Spread 30m.

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Alternanthera ficoidea ‘Gold’

Height: 0.20-0.30m
Spread: Indefinite
Origin: Mexico, South America
Category: Ground Cover
Family: Amaranthaceae
Common Name: Joseph’s Coat
Flower Colour: White
Drought Tolerance: Medium
Salinity Tolerance: Medium
Sun Tolerance: High
Wind Tolerance:High
Water-Logg Tolerance:Medium
pH Level: Basic
Pest Tolerance:High
Disease Tolerance:High
Growth Rate:Fast
Fragrance: No
Growth Habit: Mat-forming

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