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Strobilanthes genus (Cone-head). This genus consists of about 250 species of evergreen or deciduous perennials. They produce leaves which are opposite, while the flowers bloom in compact heads of spikes or panicles, which are tubular with 5 terminal unequal lobes.
Perennials, Deciduous or Evergreens, Shrubs
Grown for their flowers.
They are usually frost tender and prefer full sun to partial-shade with fertile, well-drained soil.
You can propagate by seed, basal stem cuttings or division in spring.
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