Leonotis nepetifolia

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Leonurus nepetifolia can speak very nicely for itself, it needs no help from me.  Of course it can’t actually hold an intelligent conversation, that would be asking a little too much.  However, through the understated discipline of mime it eloquently communicates its awesome exotic beauty.

12 thoughts on “Leonotis nepetifolia

  1. I do like a plant that’s potentially taller than I – we need something to look up to once in a while. Just wondering, though, do you treat it as a tender perennial and whip it (kinkily) into the greenhouse for the winter or grow from seed every year? I had some of its wild relative a few years ago but, come late autumn, it just looked daggers at me and keeled over forever. Never been able to find it (klip or wild) ever since.

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  2. Lovely, but I have a few problems with tall plants here, no reason to explain why this house has a threshing barn, the wind blows through quite nicely.

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