Golden Shrimp Plant

The golden shrimp plant grows all year round.
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In climates where it isn't hardy (USDA Zone 9 and cooler), the golden shrimp plant is a great flowering houseplant that has a dramatic, tropical effect in the garden. Yellow and white bicolored flowers are striking against its dark green foliage. Use in containers or as an impressive show in masses. Grows to 1-1/2 feet tall and flowers nonstop all season. Grow in full sun or part shade.

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