Hydrocotyle bonariensis
COAST PENNYWORT, LARGE LEAF PENNYWORT
Apiaceae

 
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Plant type: evergreen rhizomatous soft-wooded perennial

Hardiness zones: 9-13

Sunlight: hot overhead sun to shade

Soil Moisture: constantly moist to aquatic

Soil: ordinary soil, enriched soil, sand, mildly acidic to mildly alkaline

Tolerances: high wind, first line salt wind
0.15m
Plant habit
 
1.5m

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Flowers: green-white

Flowering Time: late spring to late summer

Leaves: glossy; mid green
 
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Hydrocotyle bonariensis
COAST PENNYWORT, LARGE LEAF PENNYWORT
Apiaceae

 

  Plant type: evergreen rhizomatous soft-wooded perennial

Hardiness zones: 9-13

Sunlight: hot overhead sun to shade

Soil Moisture: constantly moist to aquatic

Soil: ordinary soil, enriched soil, sand, mildly acidic to mildly alkaline

Tolerances: high wind, first line salt wind
0.15m
Plant habit
 
1.5m

FEATURES

Flowers: green-white

Flowering Time: late spring to late summer

Leaves: glossy; mid green


DESIGN

Garden Styles: suits tropical & coastal designs

Uses: groundcovers, soil binding

Growth rate: fast

Maintenance Level: average

Skill Level: average



HAZARDS

Weed Potential: tropical, moist temperate, dry temperate areas






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