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Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
 Acanthus sp.
Family: Acanthaceae
Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches
Origin: Mediterranean Basin, Asia
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterOrnamental foliageDeciduousThorny or spinySubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Acanthus montanus, also known as African mountain acanthus, False Thistle, Bear's breech, Mountain Thistle, and Alligator Plant, is a thinly branched unusual perennial with interesting foliage, basal clusters of oblong to lance-shaped glossy, dark green leaves reaching up to 12 inches long. The leaves have silver marks and wavy margins. It produces showy pink flowers in the summer to fall. It is said it is cold hardy to zone 9. The plant looks better in filtered light.

Several species, especially A. balcanicus, A. spinosus and A. mollis, are grown as ornamental plants.


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Acanthus montanus - Alligator Skin

Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus ilicifolius
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus hungaricus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus hungaricus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus hungaricus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus syriacus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus syriacus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus hybrid
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus hybrid
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus mollis
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus hungaricus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus
Acanthus sp., Acanthus, Bear 's Breeches

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Acanthus montanus


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Acanthus montanus, also known as African mountain acanthus, False Thistle, Bear's breech, Mountain Thistle, and Alligator Plant, is a thinly branched unusual perennial with interesting foliage, basal clusters of oblong to lance-shaped glossy, dark green leaves reaching up to 12 inches long. The leaves have silver marks and wavy margins. It produces showy pink flowers in the summer to fall. It is said it is cold hardy to zone 9. The plant looks better in filtered light.
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Anisacanthus quadrifidus var. Wrightii, Anisacanthus wrightii, Hummingbird Bush, Flame Acanthus, Wright Anisacanthus

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Family: Acanthaceae
Hummingbird Bush, Flame Acanthus, Wright Anisacanthus
Origin: Mexico
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterRed/crimson/vinous flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

From midsummer through frost, flame acanthus is covered with long, slender, red or orange blooms that hummingbirds love. It is a drought tolerant, heat-loving small shrub that works as well in the perennial border as it does as an informal hedge or speciman plant. It makes an interesting winter and early spring accent. Flame acanthus is late to come out in the spring, and benefits from periodic shearing or even severe cutting back in early spring. It is a good choice for sites with poor soils and reflected heat - although supplemental water in dry summer months will encourage flowering. It is hardy throughout zone 8, and root hardy to zone 7.


 Anisacanthus quadrifidus var. Wrightii, Anisacanthus wrightii, Hummingbird Bush, Flame Acanthus, Wright Anisacanthus

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Anisacanthus quadrifidus - Hummingbird Bush

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Hummingbird Bush, Flame Acanthus. From midsummer through frost, flame acanthus is covered with long, slender, red or orange blooms that hummingbirds love. It is a drought tolerant, heat-loving small shrub that works as well in the perennial border as it does as an informal hedge or speciman plant. It is a good choice for sites with poor soils and reflected heat, hardy throughout zone 8.
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Aphelandra aurantiaca, Fiery Spike

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Family: Acanthaceae
Fiery Spike
Origin: Central and South America
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliageRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowers
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Aphelandra goodspeedii, Aphelandra 

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Family: Acanthaceae
Aphelandra
Origin: Central America
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliageYellow/orange flowers
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Aphelandra hartwegiana, Yellow Aphelandra 

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Family: Acanthaceae
Yellow Aphelandra
Origin: Panama and Colombia
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Yellow flowers emerge out of long orange stalks in the fall time. Pretty and unusual! A tall, shrubby perennial with very long (over 15″) terminal inflorescences that are very unique and showy, with yellow flowers protruding from orange calyces in succession over many days. The leaves can get at least 14″ long, and in bright light the midvein and petiole can take on a reddish hue. Grows nicely in full sun in south Florida, but it will also tolerate quite shady conditions. It can get leggy and is best pruned regularly to help maintain a branching, dense form - give it a good trim around July. It is otherwise a very easy, undemanding and rewarding plant.


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Aphelandra hartwegiana - Yellow Aphelandra

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Yellow Aphelandra. Yellow flowers emerge out of long orange stalks in the fall time. Pretty and unusual! A tall, shrubby perennial with very long terminal inflorescences that are very unique and showy, with yellow flowers protruding from orange calyces in succession over many days. Grows nicely in full sun in south Florida, but it will also tolerate quite shady conditions.
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Aphelandra scabra, Aphelandra

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Family: Acanthaceae
Aphelandra
Origin: Southern Mexico to Northern South America
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterPink flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Aphelandra scabra is a shrub species that ranges from Southern Mexico to Northern South America and the West Indies. It is found mainly in seasonally dry forests along the Northern Pacific slope but it can also be found in some moist to wet forests. A. scabra is normally around 5 ft tall but it can grow taller. The leaves are simple, oppositely arranged on the stalk, and they are elliptical and entire with smooth or wavy margins.

The flowers of this plant can be red, pink, or purple red, up to 2 inch long, and tubular. They are 2-lipped, fuzzy and they bloom for one day before wilting. The A. scabra inflorescence is candle-like and the prepubescent flower spikes can grow up to 6 inch in height. The inflorescence has overlapping green bracts that are tinged with yellow and orange and they have extrafloral nectaries. Each day only one or two flowers open along the inflorescence to prevent self-pollination. The flowers have four fertile stamens and a slender stigma that is tucked into the upper lip of the flower. The flowers are hummingbird pollinated and the species protects its nectar behind a petal lip. When a visiting hummingbird arrives to feed on the nectar, the petal lip releases pollen down onto the head of the bird and it is carried away to pollinate another plant. The seed capsules are club-shaped,1 inch long capsules, and they contain four dark brown seeds. The seeds are flattened and irregular and they are dispersed ballistically, meaning they "explode". The fruit seed capsule splits along the sutures, which allow the fruit wall to change its shape rapidly and throw the seeds short distances.


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Aphelandra scabra - Pink Candy Aphelandra

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This is a new introduction, quite unique flowering plant from S America. Like all aphelandras, it has showy flowers that are loved by hummingbirds. The flowers of this variety are bright pink, up to 2 inch long, and tubular. They are 2-lipped, fuzzy and they bloom for one day before wilting. The A. scabra inflorescence is candle-like and the prepubescent flower spikes can grow up to 6 inch in height. The inflorescence has overlapping green bracts that are tinged with yellow and orange and they have extrafloral nectaries. Each day only one or two flowers open along the inflorescence to prevent self-pollination.
It is a great addition to a collectible tropical butterfly garden. Can grow into 4-5" tall bushy specimen. Blooms sporadically during warm season. Tolerates both full sun or filtered light.
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Aphelandra sinclairiana, Orange Shrimp plant, Coral Aphelandra, Panama Queen

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Family: Acanthaceae
Orange Shrimp plant, Coral Aphelandra, Panama Queen
Origin: Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama
Large shrub 5-10 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterPink flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

The genus Aphelandra has about 200 species of shrubs or herbs native to tropical America. The name is from Greek apheles, solitary, and aner, a male, referring to the single-celled anthers. A very tropical looking tender perennial shrub, up to 10 feet tall (3 m), or more. The rose-red tubular flowers are borne in orange-red bracts on 8 inch long spikes - very unusual color match. The showy spikes are borne terminally, many together. Can be grown outdoors in warm climates. Fleshy leaves get cold damaged with temperatures 40-45F, but the plant recovers easily.


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Aphelandra sinclairiana - Panama Queen

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Panama Queen - a very rare plant with extremely tropical look, fragrant flowers of unusual color combination: orange and pink.
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Aphelandra squarrosa, Zebra Plant

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'Snow White'
 Aphelandra squarrosa
Family: Acanthaceae
Zebra Plant
Origin: Mountains of Mexico to Brazil
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliageYellow/orange flowers

Zebra Plant gets its name from white stripes on the leaves. It is one of the best house plants. This plant is not only pretty because of its white-veined, green folliage, but also for the apical inflorescence with its beautiful yellow bracts. Bright light but no direct sunlight is preferred. Water when the soil surface has just begun to dry, however less water is needed after flowering and in winter. Aphelandra drops leaves if over- or under-watered. Ideal growing temperatures are between 65 and 70 degrees. The plant tolerates average home humidity but prefers high humidity. Forcing Zebra Plant into bloom requires a well lit area. Zebra Plant has a winter rest period. Propagation: Propagation is by stem tip cuttings taken in spring and kept at temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees. Keep the cuttings continually moist. Leaf bud cuttings may be used but they take longer.


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Aphelandra tetragona, Aphelandra cristata, Red Aphelandra

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Family: Acanthaceae
Red Aphelandra
Origin: South America
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterRed/crimson/vinous flowers

These attractive tender perennials and shrubs are grown for their ornamental foliage and interesting flower spikes and require high humidity and warm temperatures to flower. The color of the flowers is orange-scarlet to scarlet. These plants may be grown outdoors in mild climates, in humus-rich soil; otherwise, they need to be grown in homes or greenhouses. When grown indoors, well-drained pots that are filled with equal parts of loam and peat and a generous amount of sand should be used. They should be placed in bright, indirect light out of drafts. Water must be applied with care. Waterlogged, or very dry soil will make the leaves fall. They should be fed with liquid fertilizer as the flowers form. When they've finished blooming, less water is needed. Do not pinch off the tips of the shoots, the idea is to produce one stem with one large spike of flowers. Propagation by cuttings. In the spring, side shoots can be removed, or a piece of the old branch can be inserted in sand in a propagating case in the greenhouse. When they have grown roots, they are placed on the open benches for a few days and then potted. Seeds may also be sown in pots of sandy peat and loam in the spring.


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Aphelandra tetragona - Scarlet

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Amazing flower spikes are orange-scarlet to scarlet. Nice shade plant with bright blooms, attractive greenhouse or house plant. Enjoys humid air.
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Asystasia bella, Mackaya bella, Forest bell bush, River bell

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Family: Acanthaceae
Forest bell bush, River bell
Origin: South Africa
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterWhite/off-white flowers

Mackaya bella is a beautiful shrub or small tree with slender branches bearing dark green leaves. The leaves are simple and oppositely arranged. Small, hairy pockets are often found in the axil of the veins. It has beautiful, large and attractive mauve to white flowers in terminal racemes usually marked with fine purple-pink lines.

In the garden forest bell bush should be planted in well-drained soil, with plenty of compost. Water well in summer, but less frequently in winter. To encourage bushiness plants should be pruned often. Mackaya bella is frost tender and it is advisable to plant it in a protected spot in cold regions. If is frosted, it should be drastically pruned to encourage new growth from the base.

Growing Mackaya bella is easy from semi-hardwood stem cuttings taken during spring and autumn. Plants can also be propagated from seeds.


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