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Both are plants of Asia best known as ornamental annuals.
CONTAINS: Based on Zero Moisture per 100 grams leaves contain: 19.8% ash, 1605 mg calcium, 265 mg phosphorus, 48 mg iron.
|PROPAGATION||By SEED. Ornamental annual.|
|PART USED||Whole plant|