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Description for Acalypha hispida alba
Plants prefer partial shade to protected sunny areas for healthy growth especially in very hot dry regions. In coastal areas plants grow best in full sunlight. Plants grow well in pots. They do not like cold. Soils rich in organic matter and fertilizers are preferred. Plants should be given an annual pruning.
Although they can be used as a hedge plant - it cannot make very formal and boxy hedges. The leaves are large - and frequent pruning also prunes away the young flowers. Many leaf eating bugs like this plant. Its leaves are often eaten by various insects.
Regional name: Bengali - Muktajhuri, Gujarati - Dadano, Kannada - Kuppigida, Malayalam - Kuppaimeni, Marathi - Khajoti, Sanskrit - Harita-manjari, Tamil - Kuppaimeni, Telugu - Kuppichettu
Planting and care
Put the pot or container in a sunny or partially shaded location if growing it outdoors, or near a window with bright light inside. Finally, in the care of Acalypha wilkesiana, always apply some water after planting.
Caring for Acalypha hispida alba
- Whether indoors or outdoors, growing copper leaf plants in a pot or a different container works well. If growing it in a container, the first step in the care of Acalypha wilkesiana is to ensure the pot is twice the size of the plantÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s root ball. The second part of copper leaf plant care is ensuring that it has good drainage, and watering it several times in a week will ensure that.
Typical uses of Acalypha hispida alba
Special features: In St. Louis, grow in containers or baskets on decks, patios or rooftop gardens. It is a good plant for color and should be used as an accent for both color and texture in a container. Or, it can be grown year-round in a greenhouse or sun room giving the area a tropical feel.
Ornamental use: The plant is used for ornamental purpose.
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