Sunday, March 29, 2009

' Party Time '

That's right, it's Party Time!! Or at least that's the name of my new plant Alternanthera 'Party Time'. I found this new plant at my local nursery and there was only one. I made sure not to pass this one up, this is a must have! I am not sure what they have done to it but it is bright green with bold splashes of bright pink all over the leaves. It grows best in temperatures between 70 and 75 degrees. This plant is an indoor or outdoor plant depending on where you live. I have no idea just how big this plant will get or what to expect but that is the fun part. Here are some pictures of my new 'Party Time' plant.

I hope you enjoyed the pictures. See you again next time!


Anonymous said...

I just bought this plant as well - it should do well outdoors for you in Florida - it needs lots of bright light and water. Here in Massachusetts, where I bought mine, I'm going to be keeping it in a sunny window indoors.

Good luck!

Lets Plant said...

Awesome, you are the first person to say you have even heard of it before. I have to keep mine indoors as they grow best in temps 70-75 degrees F. I tried to grow outside and it wasn't a very pretty sight. How long have you had yours?? I don't have much information on it and would appreciate any input you have.

Anonymous said...

I planted these in my flower bed and they have started to cover it. I live in Texas and it has weathered 90 plus degrees but does require frequent watering