The chenille plant, also known as red-hot cattail or monkey tail, is an annual with long fuzzy crimson flowers. It is able to grow 8 to 15 feet high outside in the garden or 2 to 3...
an East Indian plant, Acalypha hispida, of the spurge family, having long, drooping, reddish-purple spikes of flowers.
Acalypha hispida, the Chenille plant, is a flowering shrub which belongs to the
family Euphorbiaceae, the subfamily Acalyphinae, and the genus Acalypha.
Feb 27, 2015 ... If you're looking for an unusual plant for your garden, a novelty plant or for a new
idea for a hanging basket to bring inside for the winter, ...
The Chenille Plant has been well-loved at Logee's for many years. Whenever,
you visit Logee's you will almost always see the everblooming Chenille plants ...
The fuzzy red flowers of the chenille plant are so full of personality, you might be
tempted to name them.
A real conversation piece, the gorgeous chenille plant blooms on and off all year
with rich red clusters of soft, pendulous flowers. Read all about it!
Feb 4, 2011 ... This interesting plant gets its common name from the exotic flowers that look like
strands of chenille yarn. Other descriptive common names ...
A favorite with children, this stunning, trailing "Chenille Plant" has blossoms that
begin as wispy buttons and elongate into fuzzy cones. At maturity, they become ...
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 ...