Cyanotis somaliensis

Pussy Ears, Kitten Ears.
  • Green
  • Ground Cover
  • Ground Cover
  • 5cm - 15cm
  • Sun or Part Shade
  • Sun or Part Shade
  • Classic (50mm)

$4.99

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Features

Also Known as Pussy Ears, Kitten Ears
Habit Stems densely packed with thin, boat shaped leaves. Leaves are covered in fine hairs. Stems spread outwards, forming a ground cover.
Height Will grow up to 15cm in height before spreading outwards.
Colour Foliage is dark green in colour, with white hairs. Develops a pink to brown toning with age.
Flowers Furry, purple flowers with yellow stamens.
Aspect Happy in either a full sun or part shade position.
Uses Wonderful in the garden as a groundcover. Prune often to keep compact. Also suited to pots and hanging baskets.
Product Size Classics Range - Pot is 50mm in diameter and 70mm in height (not including plant). Plant comes fully established in pot.
Can be shipped to Due to quarantine restrictions, this item can only be shipped to areas within Western Australia (WA).

Features

Also Known as 
Pussy Ears, Kitten Ears
Habit 
Stems densely packed with thin, boat shaped leaves. Leaves are covered in fine hairs. Stems spread outwards, forming a ground cover.
Height 
Will grow up to 15cm in height before spreading outwards.
Colour 
Foliage is dark green in colour, with white hairs. Develops a pink to brown toning with age.
Flowers 
Furry, purple flowers with yellow stamens.
Aspect 
Happy in either a full sun or part shade position.
Uses 
Wonderful in the garden as a groundcover. Prune often to keep compact. Also suited to pots and hanging baskets.
Product Size 
Classics Range - Pot is 50mm in diameter and 70mm in height (not including plant). Plant comes fully established in pot.
Can be shipped to 
Due to quarantine restrictions, this item can only be shipped to areas within Western Australia (WA).
This description is based on our research and on the observations made as it grows in our nursery, in our gardens and in other gardens. Observations are based around the climate and enviroment of Perth (Western Australia), and different characteristics may be observed if grown in other regions.