|Exposure: Partial shade|
|Color: Green, Purple|
|Category : Annual|
|Sizes available: 4"- 6"|
The polka dot plant is an eye-catching little plant with brightly spotted
leaves that stand out against most other foliage. The most common
polka dot plant on the market features leaves with a pink base color
and green spots. But there are several other varieties available that
are spotted or mottled with purple, white, red, and more.
This herbaceous perennial is an occasional subshrub that is noted for
its ovate green leaves (to 2” long) which are spotted with rose, pink
or lavender. As a bedding plant or houseplant it typically grows like
an herbaceous perennial to 12-20” tall. Tiny lilac flowers are held on
spikes up to 6” long and bloom sporadically in the summer.
Polka dot plants are not especially difficult to grow, but because they
are only native to warm climates many gardeners treat them as annuals
and replace them with new plants each year. They also can be grown in
containers and as houseplants. They're best planted in the spring, they
have a moderate growth rate, and they remain relatively small once they're
mature, especially when grown indoors.
* Plant installation warranty
-15 Day warranty on installation
-Warranty cost: 25% plant cost
50% Labor cost
-If lack of water, the warranty is null & void.