**THIS PLANT COMES WITH BASIC BLACK POT**
HOW TO GROW How to Grow Alternanthera Joseph’s coat plants aren’t picky about the soil as long as it is well-drained and not too rich. The plants grow well in both sun and partial shade, but the colors are more intense in full sun. Set out bedding plants a couple of weeks after your last expected frost. You probably won’t find seeds for sale since the plants don’t come true from seeds. Landscapers call it chartreuse Alternanthera to avoid confusion with another plant that is sometimes called Joseph’s coat, and you may find them labeled this way at the nursery. Alternanthera foliage varies with the species and cultivar. There is a good deal of confusion among the species, with some growers calling the same plant A. ficoidea, A. bettzichiana, A. amoena and A. versicolor. Any of these names generally refers to a variety with multicolored leaves. The color mix can lead to a chaotic appearance in some settings. Try these cultivars for a more structured look: ‘Purple Knight’ has deep burgundy foliage. ‘Threadleaf Red’ has narrow, scarlet foliage. ‘Wavy yellow’ has narrow foliage splashed with gold. ‘Broadleaf Red’ has bright green leaves with red stripes.
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