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Purple Queen

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If you're in search of a satisfying groundcover, you definitely should consider Purple Queen. Setcreasea pallid (also known as Purple Queen), is an easy to grow, inviting plant that has a variety of uses. Its purple and pink toned foliage and stems make it useful filler in containers as well as a hardy houseplant and groundcover. The purple foliage tones go particularly well when combined with golden leaved plants and bunches of rich violet, lance-shaped leaves make this a beautiful plant year-round.

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While Purple Queen makes a bold colorful statement in borders and planters, it is fantastically suited for use as a competent groundcover. With large, purple leaves that turn to a dusty purple as they age, Purple queen is a succulent-like groundcover with rich royal purple foliage. Though it lends itself to a tropical look, it is impressively drought tolerant and can sustain dry periods for quite some time. It is a rather invasive ground and can spread aggressively where it's hardy, so you may want to keep it in sites surrounded by paving.

It can grow in both full sun and partial shade and is extremely forgiving of most conditions. It likes even, regular watering, but its lush characteristics make it capable to survive short dry conditions. If you want even more bountiful, rapid growth give it a light feeding of all-purpose garden fertilizer several times a year.

Purple Queen doesn't have serious pest or disease issues if it is grown under the right conditions, making it a wise choice for a low-maintenance yard. Take caution with its foliage, which may irritate the skin. A native to Mexico, Purple Queen’s juices contain a skin irritant that can cause a rash or blisters and has been used in the past to cosmetically redden a person's cheeks.

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