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Grown for its massive red-splashed leaves, Zebrina Rojo grows quickly in the ground or in large containers.
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Zebrina Rojo is one of those bigger than life type plants that grow readily in frost-free climates and absolutely fascinate Pacific NW gardeners. Massive paddle-shaped green leaves are mottled with deep red, growing on a stem that can eventually reach six to eight feet tall in the ground, and maybe half that height in a large container. Technically a perennial, Zebrina Rojo is frost-tender, and requires lots of mulching and shelter from our Pacific NW winters if grown in the ground. Grown in a large pot, determined gardeners may bring it indoors during the cold months as long as they have a well-lit room.
|Common Name||Zebrina Rojo, Red Banana|
|Mature Size||6 - 8 feet tall, 5 feet wide|
|Cold Hardiness||10 - 20 ° F|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Bloom Color||Rarely blooms in Pacific NW|
|Uses||Tropical gardens, large container planters, specimen, houseplant|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|