Plectranthus argentatus

Plectranthus argentatus growing happily in Mount Crosby. With beautiful silvery leaves and striking blue flowers, the native bees just love it. Reaching about 60 cm tall it will spread as a dense groundcover if provided with a little water when it starts to droop (only really an issue on the hottest or driest days). A wonderful native plant for any edible patch to encourage pollinators, deter pests and support biodiversity.

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