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Acalypha hispida

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Acalypha hispida, the Chenille plant, is a flowering shrub which belongs to the family Euphorbiaceae, the subfamily Acalyphinae, and the genus Acalypha.

Acalypha hispida - Plant Finder - Missouri Botanical Garden

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Acalypha hispida, commonly called chenille plant, is a beautiful flowering plant that has a long bloom period. The flowers, which droop in cattail-like pendent ...

Plants Profile for Acalypha hispida (red-hot cat's tail)

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General; Images; Classification; Related Links. Acalypha hispida Burm. f. Show All Show Tabs red-hot cat's tail. Image of Acalypha hispida ...

Chenille Plant, Red-Hot Cattail Acalypha hispida - Dave's Garden

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FPS004/FP004: Acalypha hispida Chenille Plant

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Introduction. The chenille plant is a vigorous, upright, coarse-textured shrub that usually attains a height of 5 to 6 feet (Figure 1). Older specimens can grow taller ...

Chenille Plant Info – Caring For Chenille Red Hot Cattails

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Feb 27, 2015 ... Commonly known as red hot cattails or fox tail (Acalypha hispida), you are likely to find a variety suitable for your summer garden and beyond.

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Sep 14, 2013 ... Fox Tail - Red Hot Cat's Tail - Acalypha hispida - Chenille plant.

Chenille Plant - Acalypha hispida - Details - Encyclopedia of Life

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Descriptions and articles about the Chenille Plant, scientifically known as Acalypha hispida in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brief Summary; C...

Acalypha hispida - Plants - NC State University

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Acalypha hispida. This plant has poison characteristics. See below. Common Name(s): Chenile plant, Chenille plant, red-hot cattail; Cultivar(s): Alba , var.

Acalypha hispida {Euphorbiaceae} Chenille Plant - EEB Greenhouse

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EEB Greenhouse Accession Data for Acalypha hispida.

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Acalypha hispida (chenille plant) | Plants & Fungi At Kew

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Acalypha hispida (chenille plant). The pendulous, red to purple inflorescences ( flowering parts) of chenille plant, along with its lustrous leaves, make it a striking  ...

Acalypha hispida - Meet the Plants - National Tropical Botanical ...

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Chenille Plant can be grown on a porch, and brought indoors during cold weather. It is a very showy specimen in a hanging basket with its fluffy red tassels  ...

Chenille Plant (Acalypha hispida) - Tropical Plants for Indoor ...

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Chenille Plant (Acalypha hispida) This fast grower will bring months of continuous bloom to any sunny exposure. Also known as "Red Hot Cattails," this  ...