Pseuderanthemum atropurpureum (Purple False Eranthemum)

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Description
Pseuderanthemum atropurpureum (Purple False Eranthemum) is Erect, open shrub, the stems sparsely branched unless pinched out at intervals when young. Ovate to broadly elliptic leaves, 10-15cm long, are deep purple, sometimes metallic green, spotted yellow, pinkish purple, pink, green, and white. During summer, tubular white flowers, spotted rose-red or purple at the bases, 2.5cm long, are borne in dense, terminal spikes, to 18cm long. Variegatum syn. Tricolor, bears bronze-purple leaves, splashed and suffused creamy yellow and pink, and has pink flowers.