Toxic When Ingested
- Common Names: Purple Shamrock, Black Shamrock
Maximum Height: 0.3 m
The trifoliate leaflets of the Purple Shamrock are visually floppy and each directs one of its points to the centre of the leaf.
Light: Thrives best in bright indirect sunlight. Avoid areas that are too shaded.
Water: Water till the soil is moist. Allow soil to partially dry up before watering again.
Fertilizing: While fertilizing is not much needed, feeding it with a diluted all-purpose liquid fertilizer once a month will suffice.