Asystasia Gangetica is a fast growing perennial plant which is included on lists of invasive plants in many areas, including for Cuba, Puerto Rico and Hawaii. In Australia. It is a fast-growing, spreading groundcover that grows to 0.6m in height – or, if supported, up to 1m. or more. It has simple, dark green leaves, stems that root easily at the nodes, and, in Spring and Summer, cream-coloured flowers with tessellated purple markings on the lower petal of the corolla, which are followed by an explosive green capsule that turns . ‘You’re So Vein’ has ruffled foliage with a network of white markings. The flowers are lavender- coloured with a white throat.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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