They're a member of the mint family and they're tough. All Plectranthus need to be replaced by new cuttings every so often as they get a bit straggly after a few years. When all the pollen has been shed, the anthers will curve backwards and the style that extends out the corolla … Generally disease-free. Les feuilles sont … African spur flower, candle plant, candlestick plant, plectranthus, purple-leaved plectranthus, speckled spur flower, spur flower. Again, the cutting will grow new shoots from the node but it's good to use the stem as an anchor. ProblemsInfrequent, but sometimes affected by mealybugs, spider mites, leaf spots, and root rot. Oh. However for propagation purposes it's good to find pots that are really full as there is more material to 'play' with. Plectranthus argentatus is native to the tropical rain-forests and rock outcrops of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. Clump-forming plants such as grasses and perennials can be divided. This form can easily be grown by cutting (stem) propagation. Plectranthus 'Silver Shield' Plectranthus argentatus. Le bouturage est très facile (un des plus faciles que je connaisse). The Plectranthus genus is characterized by both annual and perennial plants, many of which are used for food, ornamental, and medical purposes. Division, Seed, Stem tip cuttings. They're all good to do. Prune in early spring or after the flowers have finished blooming. It's a Plectranthus argentatus, beautiful, really dusky grey leaf. ( Log Out /  It typically grows to 2-3’ tall on erect stems that trail and spread as they mature. Put the cutting down and make it stand really straight, tamping it down and then you'll find roots grow down and probably you'll see them poking out of the drainage holes at the bottom in about six to eight weeks. In humid climates they do best in full sun, but in the cooler parts like Melbourne, they grow really well in the shade and the soft grey foliage looks fabulous in a drift under trees. Gardenology.org-IMG 9307 rbgm10dec.jpg 1,600 × 1,200; 626 KB. Seed for rarer species is available from sup-pliers in South Africa. Pluck off and discard the leaves from the bottom half of the Plectranthus cutting to expose the nodes. Plectranthus is a large genus of plants native to areas in the Southern Hemisphere containing approximately 350 species. Crop timing.For a 4-inch pot, 4-6 weeks; hanging baskets (3-5 cuttings per) take 8-10 weeks. Gardenology.org-IMG 9822 … Enter your email address to follow The Gardener's Notebook and receive notifications of new posts by email. To fill your garden with plants when you don't have much money to spend, Jane recommends visiting a nursery and selecting plants that are easily propagated, so one plant can become many plants. Silvery-grey in All seasons. Vous pouvez l'installer en avril, après les dernières gelées, en pot, dans une vasque, dans une suspension fleurie ou même en pleine terre. Make sure to refresh the water every day. Trim those roots back and that's ready to go in the ground or into a pot. JANE EDMANSON: You can feel like a kid in a lolly shop, wandering around a nursery, wishing you had enough pennies to buy the volume of plants needed to create the rich and abundant displays you imagine for your garden. When I get that home, it'll be a lot of material to play around with. Le plectranthus sera idéalement planté dans un terreau mélangé à proportion égale avec du sable de granulométrie de deux à troismillimètres. Plectranthus argentatus, commonly called silver spurflower, is an upright-spreading, woody-based sub-shrub that is native to Australia. Marketing Information: Bench Card Download a Bench Card. Generally pest-free. Plectranthus ornatus est un petit buisson succulent, originaire d’Afrique du Sud. On le fera du printemps à l’automne. Although its flowers are somewhat showy, this plant is usually grown primarily for its attractive, fuzzy, gray-green foliage. Origin . Although the cuttings will root at any time of the year, they have a long summer ahead to establish if they are propagated at this time. Cultivation Best grown in a well-drained soil in partial shade, used as foliage plant either in beds or in a container. The foliage is ovate in shape and has a soft hair-like texture. After cutting below the node, carefully remove the leaves just above it, so the stem doesn't rot. JANE EDMANSON: This is where I'm going to start. Push a dibbler (pencil or such) into the potting mix and then put your cutting in and push the media around it. This reduces transpiration which is important as there are no new roots yet to take up moisture that is being lost. The same goes for clump-forming grasses, perennials, and succulents - look for pots crammed with plants. ( Log Out /  Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Plectranthus caninus, ou Plectranthus ornatus caninus, appartient au genre Plectranthus, ex Coleus, de la famille des Lamiacées. Can be grown under glass but shade from hot sun Propagation Propagate by seed or semi-hardwood cuttings It's not going to grow roots from here. If your ideas are big but your budget is small, don't despair. Generally, if you're buying plants from a nursery, you wouldn't buy a root-bound plant, but because I'm going to propagate from these, I'm looking for a pot that is really filled. Just carefully take those leaves off and don't damage that stem because it could easily rot. Plectranthus hail from warm temperate to tropical areas of the world and grow in shadier parts of the garden under trees in very ordinary soil where many plants do not thrive. Family: Lamiaceae (lay-mee-AY-see-ee) Genus: Plectranthus (plek-TRAN-thus) Species: argentatus (ar-jen-TAY-tus) Cultivar: Silver Shield: 5 members have or want this plant for trade. Pages in category "Plectranthus argentatus" This category contains only the following page. Noteworthy CharacteristicsMany species are fast-growing. They can be susceptible to frost burn in colder and high altitude areas, but they will usually recover in the spring. Il est originaire d'Australie où il pousse à l'état sauvage sur des affleurements rocheux dans les régions côtières du Queensland et de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud. Growing to a maximum height of 1 metre (3 ft) and 1.5 – 2 metres (6 ft) wide makes this the perfect ‘filler’ for the garden. Category: Tropicals and Tender Perennials. Jane reckons that propagating plants can become quite addictive. Like most Plectranthus it is frost sensitive, but survives most winters in Sydney, and if grown under a tree, this will give protection in very cold suburbs. Son ancienne dénomination de Coleus canina reste couramment utilisée dans le commerce. But if you missed anything from Jane's story, don't forget to visit our website where you can print off a fact sheet or you can even download the whole program. Can be grown in all day sun. But I'm going to put that into a pot and this grows so easily and it's just a bit of fun for kids to have a go at. Stems are clad with broad-ovate, glossy green leaves (to 1.5” long) with crenate margins. Le Plectranthus coleoides Variegatus préfère les expositions très ensoleillées, mais tolère aussi bien l'ombre, et un sol légèrement acide à neutre, bien drainé. Labiatae (South Australia) Lamiaceae (Queensland, New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, Tasmania, Western Australia and the Northern Territory) Common Names. View gallery. Plectranthus argentatus 'Silver Shield' is: Deciduous. Divide the sections by pulling apart by hand, or even cutting them up with a sharp knife, secateurs or a spade. Here's another way to grow plants. Chiefly sand and potting mix. Repeat the process until you have lots of stems in the one pot - they can stay like this until roots form and they begin growing. Plectranthus are sometimes called 'Spur flowers.' Even though it’s native habitat is very different to southern Australia it can be grown successfully in a vast range of weather conditions. I think I struck my first Hydrangea cuttings when I was a ten year old. That's just simply an anchor. Plectranthus and other members of the Lamiaceae family, like Coleus, are easy to propagate. And if you wanted to, you could even get in there further and pull that apart or get a sharp knife into it. Fill a few smallish pots with propagating media (potting mix with extra sand added). Divide into however many plants you need and then trim the roots up a bit. This is a plant that forms a clump and will sucker a little. "You can end up with several plants for the price of one, and finish with a nice new garden without breaking the bank.". Plectranthus argentatus is a tough, fast growing perennial shrub which is fairly drought tolerant once established. Native to south-eastern Africa (i.e. STEPHEN RYAN: Propagating your own plants is definitely the way to go. In order to prevent self-pollination, their pollen-bearing anthers will ripen before the style does. By Bonnie-Marie Hibbs Plectranthus nitidus is a threatened species in its natural habitat in northern NSW and southern Queensland, but the ease of propagation and good garden habit will hopefully assure its future. You've got to find the plants with the little, tiny miniature leaves. They tolerate root-competition amongst neighbouring plants, thus making them extremely compatible to be grown with a vast range of different plants. Nicolleta Plectranthus. There is some variation amongst the plants, with some having pale blue … Look at that. Le conseil du jardinier pour Plectranthus ornatus. It is recommended to prune Plectranthus argentatus once – twice a year to encourage a dense, bushy growth habit. By giving these plants a prune it will also encourage an abundance of flowers in the future! Change ). I have a few of these in my garden and they are virtually bulletproof, they will grow in the poorest of soils as well. Piggyback Plant is a good little indoor plant or you can use it in a shaded spot as a ground cover. You can just snip the plant off like that and then, with your secateurs, cut just below. They grow quickly and are tolerant of drought and root-competition. It is easily propagated by cuttings and also tends to self-seed to some extent. Using sharp secateurs or a Stanley knife trim off the old leaf. ©BMHPhotographyTheGardener’sNotebook2018, Hi! You can forget that they are there and they will still perform! African violets you do this, but this is called a Tolmiea menziesii or 'Piggyback Plant.' Several species are grown as ornamental plants. Use some muscle. That's just going to divide nicely. Il forme un buisson d'un mètre (3 ft) de haut et s’étale autant en largeur. Scientific name: Plectranthus argentatus All are propagated by cuttings, which root in 5-10 days. This argentatus is a native. When buying plants you usually avoid those that are root-bound. Adding a layer of sugar cane mulch to the soil surface during dry weather periods can be highly beneficial especially in dry-hot climates. Pull that apart. Take the bottom leaves off 'cause they're going to go under some propagating mix. If the plants are small enough I overwinter them in a pot with soil and towards the end of winter I begin propagation. ), diviser la touffe en avril-mai ou marcotter, mais le plus simple pour le jardinier amateur est de bouturer. You can see that little new, miniature plant growing on the back of the old leaf and all you need to do is snip off, just so you've got a few centimetres of stem and then, using some sharp secateurs or a Stanley knife or something like that, just trim off the old leaf. Cuttings seem to work well up to 15cm in length. Gardenology.org-IMG 2015 hunt09oct.jpg 1,200 × 1,600; 411 KB. Cuttings may take the form of soft-wood, semi-hardwood, but tip cuttings are … Well that's how easy it is to take cuttings and divide plants and it becomes quite addictive. You can treat them the same as a Salvia bush. Les plectranthus sont des plantes gélives qui ne supportent pas les températures inférieures à 4 °C. I am passionate about plants, gardening and photography. They're tough and hardy and they're best divided after flowering. Watch out for Pests. on Plant Culture: Plectranthus argentatus, Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Instagram (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window), Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window), Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window), Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window), View TheGardenersNotebook’s profile on Facebook, View gardenersnotebook’s profile on Instagram, View The Gardeners Notebook’s profile on YouTube, View all posts by The Gardener's Notebook, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ourbPT9WrXw. Many popular plants can be propagated from cuttings. Flower. Cuttings can also be placed into potting mix and roots will develop within a few weeks. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. On l'appelle aussi communément coliole, coléus canin, planteanti-chats ou encore terreur des chats. Durant l’hiver 2009-2010, j’avais mis dans la serre (chauffée) le pied-mère déterré d… Plectranthus australis, commonly called Swedish ivy is a fast-growing, evergreen perennial that is native to South Africa. Just divides off beautifully. It's a leaf cutting. One of the easiest propagations to do is division and this Ophiopogon or Dwarf Mondo Grass and it's got a variegation to it, so it's called 'Stripy White,' so easy. They have tall flowers which allow them to attract pollinators. Plants in the Plectranthus genus are closely related to mint as they are part of the same family—the Lamiaceae family. In autumn, plants that propagate well from cuttings are most succulents and many fast growing shrubs like pelargoniums and Chinese lanterns for example. Growing Information: Culture Guidelines. And that part of the plant is going to grow roots from back here. It is possible to take cuttings with some roots attached, and these will stick easily in a normal potting mix. Plectranthus ornatus is a shrubby groundcover from South Africa. Plectranthus are exceptionally easy to propagate and can be produced very easily with little special treatment. P. amboinicus. Full sun or shade? Plectranthus species are insect-pollinated, and most have short-tubed flowers that attract honeybees, butterflies, bumblebees and bombyliid flies. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Starting with a smallish shrub, Plectranthus argentatus, Jane snips a few stems from it, each about 12-15cm in length. CarePlectranthus needs well-drained soil of moderate fertility in dappled shade. Look at that. The information provided on the Gardening With Angus website is provided for general educational purposes about a variety of Australian plants. Cut a stem, 2 inches long, (from the the tips) and sit in a cup of water until white roots develop. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Ces plantes sont souvent appelées communément des coléus , en souvenir du genre Coleus qui a été révisé par la suite. Ses feuilles vert clair, persistantes, dégagent une forte odeur au toucher. Bang it out of the pot and I can see that there's various - Oh. ( Log Out /  Diseases. I love placing them in spots where nothing else really grows because of that very reason. The blooms can also be enjoyed as cut flowers! Good watering throughout the first summer, after planting, is ideal to encourage the plant to establish correctly for future success. Such a tough plant. Ophiopogons make great border plants. - Plectranthus ernstii L.E.Codd, semi-succulent, H 0.2m, violet en fin d'été, sol très drainé, peut être mené facilement en bonsaï. With flowering varieties, flowering is related to SD photoperiod and reinforced by cool night conditions. That is a perfectly good little cutting there. Divide in mid- or late spring, or take stem-tip cuttings any time. Marketing Information: Product Information Accent on Fantastic Foliage Bench Card Download a Bench Card. You can just plonk them straight in the ground where they'll take root. Flowers are borne on racemes that can grow up to 25-30cm in length. Plectranthus argentatus has a semi-prostrate growth habit making it ideal for covering larger spaces in a short period of time. Most propagation is done from cuttings during the early part of summer and spring. Piggyback Plant is a lovely indoor plant or you can use it in a shaded spot as a ground cover. Vous la sortirez au jardin … They are really tough and easy to grow like a Salvia plant too! The plant is ready to go into a pot or the ground. And with clump-forming grasses and perennials and the succulents, look for one that's really chockers, because then it'll be grateful to get out of the pot and be chopped into pieces. One of the easiest ways to propagate is by division and many strappy-leaved plants can be propagated this way. One of the best features of these plants is the beautiful velvet silver foliage. Common Name:  Silver Spur Flower These tender perennials are not hardy in my Zone 6 garden so before frost I bring in a few of my favorite plants as stock plants. Erect, Spreading. Plectranthus argentatus is native to the tropical rain-forests and rock outcrops of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. "It'll take a couple of months for them to show new vigour, but by that stage, you would have multiplied your original nursery purchases many times over.". Attractive, aromatic, soft foliage which often has scalloped, toothed or wavy edges. As an annual foliage plant, it typically grows to 2-3' tall and to 3' wide. You can use honey if you want and then into a pot that I've filled with propagating mix. Stick the leafless portion of the cutting into the moistened growing medium. Remove it from the pot and you'll notice that each leaf clump is actually an individual plant with its own root system. - Plectranthus forsteri Diels., (hybrides) H 0.25m à 0.50m, feuillage vert ou vert panaché de blanc ou vert à revers rouge. Foliage. And it's the best time of the year to divide many plants from spring to summer flowering perennials through to grasses and other clump-forming plants. And here we go. Family. Remove any flower buds. If the leaves are too big and snip off the flower bud. Having selected easily propagated plants with the qualities that you want, it's time to get to work. Plectranthus ciliatus E. Mey. You can do this with Peperomias or, as I say, African Violets. It'll take a couple of months for them to show new vigour, but by that stage, you would have multiplied your original nursery purchases many times over. Si vous leur faites passer l'hiver à l'intérieur, réduisez l'arrosage. Family: LAMIACEAE If grown indoors, provide full light but with protection from hot sun. Synonymes Germanea Lam. Plectranthus (English name spur flowers), with some 72 species, is a genus of perennial, rarely annual herbs or soft-wooded shrubs, sometimes succulent; sometimes with a tuberous base. View all posts by The Gardener's Notebook. White, Pale-blue in Summer. If plants are frost burnt, prune damaged growth off in early spring and fertilise with an Australian Native fertiliser to encourage fresh healthy growth. Quand on possède un pied de Plectranthus argentatus, on fait une ou plusieurs boutures en août-septembre pour être sûr de garder la plante, au cas où le pied-mère ne passerait pas l’hiver. During late summer through to winter, dainty white flowers sit proudly above the foliage. . Water Requirements: Drought-tolerant; suitable for xeriscaping. Using the dibbler prevents damage to the root-forming cells. Skapanthus C. Y. Wu & H. W. Li Plectranthus est un genre de plantes à fleurs de la famille des Labiées (Lamiaceae). Propagation. There's another one. ( Log Out /  Jane thinks this is a great plant for kids to have a go with. Until next time happy gardening! Growing Information: Culture Guidelines. P. Plectranthus argentatus; Media in category "Plectranthus argentatus" The following 12 files are in this category, out of 12 total. On peut semer (minimum 20°C !!! Even though it’s native habitat is very different to southern Australia it can be grown successfully in a vast range of weather conditions. Well I've massacred that well and truly, but plonked in the garden, it will be fine. My name is Bonnie-Marie and I am a qualified Horticulturist. :) Elle n'est pas difficile en ce qui concerne l'exposition en ayant même une préférence pour les endroits mal éclairés. Plectranthus argentatus est une espèce de plante à fleurs de la famille des Lamiacées. It is best grown in a part-shaded position or as a forest floor plant under taller shrubs or trees. To encourage quick root growth, dip it into some hormone gel. Vous pouvez les sortir au jardin à partir de mai et les rentrer dans une véranda ou une pièce lumineuse avant les premières gelées. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Il est rustique jusqu'en zone 10 (−1 °C)(USDA hardiness zone) . Flowering. These include succulents, hardy westringias, and fast growing shrubs such as pelargoniums and Chinese lanterns. En fin d’hiver, parfois avant, émergent de la touffe des tiges ornées de fleurs bleu mauve. Fill a few smallish pots with propagating media (potting mix with extra sand added). C’est une plante très frileuse qui ne supporte pas les températures inférieures à 4°. Plectranthus are part of the mint family and closely related to Solenostemon (coleus). In fact, so many plants can be so easily propagated it's worth experimenting with anything! To encourage quick root growth, dip the end into some hormone gel or honey. Avant de les ressortir, au printemps, If any other leaves remain on the stem cut these in half. - Plectranthus grallatus Briq., H 1m, feuillage teinté de rouge au revers fleurs blanches en été à automne. Such a tough plant and from that one plant that I bought, I will get about seven or eight cuttings, new plants, from that. Plectranthus argentatus Propagation. Silver Shield Plectranthus. Habit. "This is such a tough plant and I will get about seven or eight cuttings, or new plants, from it. You can cut that in half if you want. Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume. By choosing plants that are easy to propagate, you can end up with several plants for the price of one. That's a node in there and that's where the leaves come out from the stem. 1 more photos VIEW GALLERY. They don't have to go into a pot. Water them in. Look at that. I completely agree with the pruning regime as they can look ratty if not pruned regularly. How to care. For details about how your personal information will be handled by the ABC, please see our Privacy Collection Statement. And if you're moving house or you're renovating an old garden, start right now by propagating and you can end up with a new garden without breaking the bank. Coleus argentatus, synonym Plectranthus argentatus, common name silver spurflower, is a species of flowering plant in the mint family.It is native to rock outcrops and rainforest in the border region of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. À partir de mai et les rentrer dans une véranda ou une pièce avant. 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