H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
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While the common Pilea cadierei, or aluminum plant, is known by many gardeners as a houseplant, it also deserves a place in Mobile gardens as a striking outdoor plant. A native of southeast Asia, this perennial grows to a height of 12 or more inches and is a perfect filler in shady beds. It also does well in containers. Withstanding mild winters, leggy plants will require trimming back in the spring. Stick the cuttings in a bucket of potting soil and roots will appear in a less than a month. Learn more about this worthwhile addition by clicking on the following link. Aluminum plant