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Ctenanthe Amagris


The Ctenanthe burle-marxii ‘Amagris’ is a low growing plant featuring silver foliage with a thin green herringbone pattern.

The Ctenanthe has a low compact habit and will grow to approx 30cm tall but spreads much wider. The underside of leaves, purple in colour, usually seen at dusk when the leaves are folded upright. He is a hardy plant and easy growing requires low maintenance. Excellent low growing plant in shady gardens that are sheltered from the blazing sun or mass planted under trees.

Suitable to container gardening, indoor and part shade/shade outdoors.

Pronunciation: tee-NANTH-ee

Quick Facts

  • Part Shade / Shade
  • Low maintenance
  • 30cm high approx.
  • Avoid direct sunlight - may cause leaves to curl or burn
  • Moisture- requires lots of water regularly but not over watered.
  • Does well as an Indoor Plant

Our plants are beautifully grown, mature tube stock with well-developed roots. They can be planted directly into the ground and are excellent performers for the shadier parts of your garden or as an indoor plant.

We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and delivery to your door.


* Learn how to care for your Indoor Plants read more via our blog page
'The quick start guide: Indoor plants'


    Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently

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