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Ctenanthe 'Golden Mosaic'

Ctenanthe 'Golden Mosaic' (Ctenanthe 'Golden Mosaic')

Ctenanthe 'Golden Mosaic' is a common grown cover which can grows to around 5 feet / 1.5 meter tall. It usually grows in semi-shaded areas. Photo taken at Quail Botanical Gardens on Jan. 5, 2010.

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Gophers will decimate the largest plant.

5 Oct, 2014


I'm so glad I don't have gophers. I know they can take down some pretty large trees, sometimes.

6 Oct, 2014


I might have not said that right-lol. Sorry. I meant the biggest Ctenanthe clump will be eaten in days. I had years of growth pulled under before I noticed near the back of my yard.

7 Oct, 2014

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