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Ruellia simplex - Ruellia simplex







It is up to those managing urban landscapes to responsibly care for plantings of sterile Mexican petunia.



You also might want to use this plant to add some color to shady areas.



It has a tendency to crowd out native Florida species, and so local horticulturists strongly warn against its use.













The tall version forms clumps 18 inches across, while the short type forms 12-inch clumps.





Maine nursery and landscape industry perspectives on invasive plant issues.

Seeds persist in the soil.



Stems are green or purple and leaves are dark green, oppositely arranged and lance-shaped, roughly 6 to 12 inches long and ½ to ¾ inches wide.


Description: Established plants have respectable drought tolerance.

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It is native to Mexico, the Antilles, western Bolivia, southwestern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and northwest Argentina Ezcurran and Daniel 2007and it is also found throughout the southeastern United States Wunderlin and Hansen 2013.
With a sharp, clean blade, cut a healthy-looking stem just below a node, four to six inches from the end.
Culture Winter hardy to USDA Zone 8 marginally hardy in Zone 7 with protection and mulch where it is best grown in medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade.

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    Ruellia simplex is an evergreen perennial growing 3 ft (0.91 m) tall, forming colonies of stalks with lance-shaped leaves that are 6 to 12 in (15 to 30 cm) and .5 to .75 in (1.3 to 1.9 cm) wide. Trumpet shaped flowers are metallic blue to purple, with five petals, and 3 in (7.6 cm) wide. There is a dwarf variety that is only 1 ft (0.30 m) tall.
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    Ruellia simplex, commonly called Mexican petunia or Texas petunia, is a vigorous, shrubby, woody-based, rhizomatous perennial that is grown as an annual north of USDA Zone 8.
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    Ruellia simplex, commonly called Mexican petunia or Texas petunia, is a vigorous, shrubby, woody-based, rhizomatous perennial that is grown as an annual north of USDA Zone 8.
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    While it will bloom in late summer in Midwestern gardens, it will bloom earlier in hotter climates and is a great plant for Southern gardens. It does not spread from underground rhizomes. Not a heavy feeder and deadheading is not necessary. Machu™ Morado Ruellia simplex 'R12-2-1' USPP 28,449. Professional Growing Information.
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    From there, till the earth and plant one to two seeds per foot in your growing location. The seeds should be planted about ¼ inch deep in the soil. Be sure to keep the soil consistently moist until the seeds have sprouted. The next option for growing Mexican petunias is to propagate them from a cutting of another plant.
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