Acanthus is an attractive, architectural, clump-forming plant, with dark green lobed leaves. In late Summer, tall racemes of white two-lipped flowers with purplish bracts appear. This plant can be quite invasive, and, once established, quite difficult to get rid of. ‘Rue Ledan’ is a sterile white form (so will not self-seed) which has white flowers on silver green spires.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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