I have previously referred to it as Strobilanthes gossypinus but this appears to be incorrect. Regular waterings in well-drained soil complete the cultural context. Should I have pinched it earlier when it first got a little leggy? Tax, tag and title not included.

They grow extremely well in pots and are a great contrast border plant, growing to reach a height of approximately 1 to 1.5m in good growing conditions. Contact Us, Frangipani – Plants Trees and Flowers for Sale, Aspect – Part sun to Light Afternoon Shade in warmer areas. ;>). On Feb 23, 2017, SecretMonkey from Salisbury, NC (Zone 7b) wrote: I thought this plant was so beautiful, that surely it wouldn't grow in my area( Piedmont NC) LOL! Other Names: Silver Persian Shield Description: This variety is primarily grown for its stunning foliage and texture; fine hairs on new foliage is gold, maturing to silver, on dense blue-green; pinch stems to promote bushiness; prefers morning to early afternoon sun only; can be overwintered indoors I've been entirely unable to find any recommendations for overwintering Persian Shields.

I planted it in the bed in front of my house where it will get some more sun, and we'll see how it does. After a few days vent the cover and slowly acclimate them to open air -- this is important because leaf rot will develop if left covered. Keep pruned at about 24". For vigorous healthy plants the following season, bring them indoors in cold areas. ter with a break from the sun in Florida. I am not a pro Gardener, but work in the garden most days. I must add: the containers these go into are massive: 22"-30" so there is ALWAYS adequate soil moisture. The leaves are disappearing from the bottom of the plant upwards. Stobilanthes dyeriana (Persian shield) – low growing plant sometimes forming ground cover.

I learned that the southern CA sun, even a little bit in mid-day will easily burn the leaves and change the color from the nice bright purple to a muted grey or even white. Native to Burma, it requires a humid atmosphere (like that of the US east coast) to perform well. Apparently the Florida sun, even in morning, is too strong, altho' many of you northern friends are enjoying it in a sunny spot. Our winters are very cold here so I'm bringing it in for the 'deep freeze' soon. in Zone 2 and have brought it into the house for the winter now that the nights are in the 30°F range. On Jul 10, 2013, ImpatientGardener from Bessemer, AL wrote: This plant is tougher than I expected after reading up on it. To thin them out, I transplanted 3 to a spot that gets morning to mid-day sun (depending on the season). I have it growing with Coleus, Painted Nettle; they are stunning together.

On Jun 24, 2005, JaxFlaGardener from Jacksonville, FL (Zone 8b) wrote: Persian Shield is very easy for me to propagate. A great plant for the shady garden.

An exquisite evergreen, native of Northern Japan…, A succulent shrub with wonderful sculptural quality…, An amazing tropical plant with stunning foliage…, P 02 8354 1077 | E studio@adamrobinsondesign.com | A 73 Jersey Rd, Woollahra NSW 2025, ©2011–2020 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO ADAM ROBINSON GROUP PTY LIMITED.

Leafhopping insects and grasshoppers are known to cause damage. Known problems. We typically purchase plants from local nurseries and not big box stores, but while getting other things at Home Depot we saw Persian Shield and impulsively bought it. Whether you are gifted with a green thumb or not, our guide will help you grow the perfect houseplants. Frost free position. he winter (I intend to try and propagate it using cuttings as well.)

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I have previously referred to it as Strobilanthes gossypinus but this appears to be incorrect. Regular waterings in well-drained soil complete the cultural context. Should I have pinched it earlier when it first got a little leggy? Tax, tag and title not included.

They grow extremely well in pots and are a great contrast border plant, growing to reach a height of approximately 1 to 1.5m in good growing conditions. Contact Us, Frangipani – Plants Trees and Flowers for Sale, Aspect – Part sun to Light Afternoon Shade in warmer areas. ;>). On Feb 23, 2017, SecretMonkey from Salisbury, NC (Zone 7b) wrote: I thought this plant was so beautiful, that surely it wouldn't grow in my area( Piedmont NC) LOL! Other Names: Silver Persian Shield Description: This variety is primarily grown for its stunning foliage and texture; fine hairs on new foliage is gold, maturing to silver, on dense blue-green; pinch stems to promote bushiness; prefers morning to early afternoon sun only; can be overwintered indoors I've been entirely unable to find any recommendations for overwintering Persian Shields.

I planted it in the bed in front of my house where it will get some more sun, and we'll see how it does. After a few days vent the cover and slowly acclimate them to open air -- this is important because leaf rot will develop if left covered. Keep pruned at about 24". For vigorous healthy plants the following season, bring them indoors in cold areas. ter with a break from the sun in Florida. I am not a pro Gardener, but work in the garden most days. I must add: the containers these go into are massive: 22"-30" so there is ALWAYS adequate soil moisture. The leaves are disappearing from the bottom of the plant upwards. Stobilanthes dyeriana (Persian shield) – low growing plant sometimes forming ground cover.

I learned that the southern CA sun, even a little bit in mid-day will easily burn the leaves and change the color from the nice bright purple to a muted grey or even white. Native to Burma, it requires a humid atmosphere (like that of the US east coast) to perform well. Apparently the Florida sun, even in morning, is too strong, altho' many of you northern friends are enjoying it in a sunny spot. Our winters are very cold here so I'm bringing it in for the 'deep freeze' soon. in Zone 2 and have brought it into the house for the winter now that the nights are in the 30°F range. On Jul 10, 2013, ImpatientGardener from Bessemer, AL wrote: This plant is tougher than I expected after reading up on it. To thin them out, I transplanted 3 to a spot that gets morning to mid-day sun (depending on the season). I have it growing with Coleus, Painted Nettle; they are stunning together.

On Jun 24, 2005, JaxFlaGardener from Jacksonville, FL (Zone 8b) wrote: Persian Shield is very easy for me to propagate. A great plant for the shady garden.

An exquisite evergreen, native of Northern Japan…, A succulent shrub with wonderful sculptural quality…, An amazing tropical plant with stunning foliage…, P 02 8354 1077 | E studio@adamrobinsondesign.com | A 73 Jersey Rd, Woollahra NSW 2025, ©2011–2020 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO ADAM ROBINSON GROUP PTY LIMITED.

Leafhopping insects and grasshoppers are known to cause damage. Known problems. We typically purchase plants from local nurseries and not big box stores, but while getting other things at Home Depot we saw Persian Shield and impulsively bought it. Whether you are gifted with a green thumb or not, our guide will help you grow the perfect houseplants. Frost free position. he winter (I intend to try and propagate it using cuttings as well.)

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I have previously referred to it as Strobilanthes gossypinus but this appears to be incorrect. Regular waterings in well-drained soil complete the cultural context. Should I have pinched it earlier when it first got a little leggy? Tax, tag and title not included.

They grow extremely well in pots and are a great contrast border plant, growing to reach a height of approximately 1 to 1.5m in good growing conditions. Contact Us, Frangipani – Plants Trees and Flowers for Sale, Aspect – Part sun to Light Afternoon Shade in warmer areas. ;>). On Feb 23, 2017, SecretMonkey from Salisbury, NC (Zone 7b) wrote: I thought this plant was so beautiful, that surely it wouldn't grow in my area( Piedmont NC) LOL! Other Names: Silver Persian Shield Description: This variety is primarily grown for its stunning foliage and texture; fine hairs on new foliage is gold, maturing to silver, on dense blue-green; pinch stems to promote bushiness; prefers morning to early afternoon sun only; can be overwintered indoors I've been entirely unable to find any recommendations for overwintering Persian Shields.

I planted it in the bed in front of my house where it will get some more sun, and we'll see how it does. After a few days vent the cover and slowly acclimate them to open air -- this is important because leaf rot will develop if left covered. Keep pruned at about 24". For vigorous healthy plants the following season, bring them indoors in cold areas. ter with a break from the sun in Florida. I am not a pro Gardener, but work in the garden most days. I must add: the containers these go into are massive: 22"-30" so there is ALWAYS adequate soil moisture. The leaves are disappearing from the bottom of the plant upwards. Stobilanthes dyeriana (Persian shield) – low growing plant sometimes forming ground cover.

I learned that the southern CA sun, even a little bit in mid-day will easily burn the leaves and change the color from the nice bright purple to a muted grey or even white. Native to Burma, it requires a humid atmosphere (like that of the US east coast) to perform well. Apparently the Florida sun, even in morning, is too strong, altho' many of you northern friends are enjoying it in a sunny spot. Our winters are very cold here so I'm bringing it in for the 'deep freeze' soon. in Zone 2 and have brought it into the house for the winter now that the nights are in the 30°F range. On Jul 10, 2013, ImpatientGardener from Bessemer, AL wrote: This plant is tougher than I expected after reading up on it. To thin them out, I transplanted 3 to a spot that gets morning to mid-day sun (depending on the season). I have it growing with Coleus, Painted Nettle; they are stunning together.

On Jun 24, 2005, JaxFlaGardener from Jacksonville, FL (Zone 8b) wrote: Persian Shield is very easy for me to propagate. A great plant for the shady garden.

An exquisite evergreen, native of Northern Japan…, A succulent shrub with wonderful sculptural quality…, An amazing tropical plant with stunning foliage…, P 02 8354 1077 | E studio@adamrobinsondesign.com | A 73 Jersey Rd, Woollahra NSW 2025, ©2011–2020 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO ADAM ROBINSON GROUP PTY LIMITED.

Leafhopping insects and grasshoppers are known to cause damage. Known problems. We typically purchase plants from local nurseries and not big box stores, but while getting other things at Home Depot we saw Persian Shield and impulsively bought it. Whether you are gifted with a green thumb or not, our guide will help you grow the perfect houseplants. Frost free position. he winter (I intend to try and propagate it using cuttings as well.)

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Although this plant's name is "Persian," it is native to Myanmar (formerly Burma), not Persia. I not only saved this plant over winter, but got 10 more from cuttings off of it which rooted in less than 4 weeks (they almost outgrew their pots).

I have previously referred to it as Strobilanthes gossypinus but this appears to be incorrect. Regular waterings in well-drained soil complete the cultural context. Should I have pinched it earlier when it first got a little leggy? Tax, tag and title not included.

They grow extremely well in pots and are a great contrast border plant, growing to reach a height of approximately 1 to 1.5m in good growing conditions. Contact Us, Frangipani – Plants Trees and Flowers for Sale, Aspect – Part sun to Light Afternoon Shade in warmer areas. ;>). On Feb 23, 2017, SecretMonkey from Salisbury, NC (Zone 7b) wrote: I thought this plant was so beautiful, that surely it wouldn't grow in my area( Piedmont NC) LOL! Other Names: Silver Persian Shield Description: This variety is primarily grown for its stunning foliage and texture; fine hairs on new foliage is gold, maturing to silver, on dense blue-green; pinch stems to promote bushiness; prefers morning to early afternoon sun only; can be overwintered indoors I've been entirely unable to find any recommendations for overwintering Persian Shields.

I planted it in the bed in front of my house where it will get some more sun, and we'll see how it does. After a few days vent the cover and slowly acclimate them to open air -- this is important because leaf rot will develop if left covered. Keep pruned at about 24". For vigorous healthy plants the following season, bring them indoors in cold areas. ter with a break from the sun in Florida. I am not a pro Gardener, but work in the garden most days. I must add: the containers these go into are massive: 22"-30" so there is ALWAYS adequate soil moisture. The leaves are disappearing from the bottom of the plant upwards. Stobilanthes dyeriana (Persian shield) – low growing plant sometimes forming ground cover.

I learned that the southern CA sun, even a little bit in mid-day will easily burn the leaves and change the color from the nice bright purple to a muted grey or even white. Native to Burma, it requires a humid atmosphere (like that of the US east coast) to perform well. Apparently the Florida sun, even in morning, is too strong, altho' many of you northern friends are enjoying it in a sunny spot. Our winters are very cold here so I'm bringing it in for the 'deep freeze' soon. in Zone 2 and have brought it into the house for the winter now that the nights are in the 30°F range. On Jul 10, 2013, ImpatientGardener from Bessemer, AL wrote: This plant is tougher than I expected after reading up on it. To thin them out, I transplanted 3 to a spot that gets morning to mid-day sun (depending on the season). I have it growing with Coleus, Painted Nettle; they are stunning together.

On Jun 24, 2005, JaxFlaGardener from Jacksonville, FL (Zone 8b) wrote: Persian Shield is very easy for me to propagate. A great plant for the shady garden.

An exquisite evergreen, native of Northern Japan…, A succulent shrub with wonderful sculptural quality…, An amazing tropical plant with stunning foliage…, P 02 8354 1077 | E studio@adamrobinsondesign.com | A 73 Jersey Rd, Woollahra NSW 2025, ©2011–2020 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO ADAM ROBINSON GROUP PTY LIMITED.

Leafhopping insects and grasshoppers are known to cause damage. Known problems. We typically purchase plants from local nurseries and not big box stores, but while getting other things at Home Depot we saw Persian Shield and impulsively bought it. Whether you are gifted with a green thumb or not, our guide will help you grow the perfect houseplants. Frost free position. he winter (I intend to try and propagate it using cuttings as well.)

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