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  Rhoeo (Moses in a Cradle) Grower Guide
Rhoeo are short rosette-like plants that characteristically have purple undersides to their leaves and small insignificant flowers.
Rhoeo spathacea variegata; R. spathacea 'Vittata') – tall growing form with variegated foliage.
Rhoeo bermudensis; R. spathacea nana) – much shorter form great as a ground cover.
www.plant.id.au /home/guide_view.aspx?id=26   (147 words)

 Brisbane - Living In - Gardening - Rhoeo - ourbrisbane.com
Q: Most of my Rhoeo are very healthy but some are very pale and washed out.
A: Rhoeo are very hardy, very drought resistant plants – BUT, a hard and compacted soil can affect their growth.
Poke a fork through your clump of rhoeo, loosen the soil, and give the clump a heavy watering just once.
www.ourbrisbane.com /living/gardening/ask_bob/atoz/rhoeo-redhill.htm   (107 words)

In Greek mythology, Rhoeo was the lover of Apollo and mother of Anius.
When her father discovered her pregnancy, he placed her in a chest and cast her out to sea (parallel to Perseus).
Later, he gave aid to Aeneas and his retinue when they were travelling from Troy to the future site of Rome.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/rh/Rhoeo.html   (82 words)

 House Plants: Rhoeo
I have a Rhoeo which thrived beautifully outside in a pot on the porch this summer.
I had to bring it inside because we live in the midwest, and we are having frost warnings at night.
Rhoeo is a sun-loving plant and yours is going through the doldrums now that it is deprived of direct sun.
en.allexperts.com /q/House-Plants-721/Rhoeo.htm   (515 words)

 Rhoeo spathacea - "Moses-in-the-Cradle" - Commelinaceae
Rhoeo spathacea, or "Moses-in-the-Cradle," is a fleshy rhizomatous herb native to Mexico, with rosettes of waxy lance-shaped leaves.
Culture: Rhoeo spathacea are easy to culture, only requiring a well-drained soil mix and full to partial sun or high interior lighting.
Propagation: Rhoeo spathacea is propagated by division in the spring and fall or by seeds produced in the boat-shaped bracts.
www.plantoftheweek.org /week248.shtml   (300 words)

Apollo fell in love with her and he made her his secret lover.
When Staphylus became aware that his daughter Rhoeo was pregnant, he locked her up in a coffer, which he threw into the sea.
According to a myth, Rhoeo was thrown up by the waves on the shores of the island Euboia (or maybe on Delos according to another version) and there she gave birth to a son whom she named for her troubles Anius (Greek anio, "to annoy, to vex").
www.pantheon.org /articles/s/staphylus.html   (355 words)

 Rhoeo (Giant) - Moses in the Cradle 200mm pot Online Plant Nursery
Giant Rhoeo is the longer stemmed cousin of the groundcover rhoeo (Moses in the Cradle).
Rhoeo is ideal for use as a quick-growing groundcover, thriving in full sun to part shade.
Well-drained soils are a necessity since it is susceptible to a variety of leaf and especially root problems if over-watered.
heartgarden.com.au /description.asp?id=70   (179 words)

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In Greek mythology Greek mythology Rhoeo was the lover of Apollo...
In Greek mythology Greek mythology, Rhoeo was the lover of Apollo Apollo and mother of Anius Anius.
When her father discovered her pregnancy, he placed her in a chest and cast her out to sea (parallel to Perseus Perseus).
www.biodatabase.de /Rhoeo   (144 words)

 Rhoeo - Queensland Gardening Pages (Plants & gardens in Brisbane & Qld)
Fast tropical effects can be achieved by block planting as a groundcover or in containers.
I'll be reporting on my experience with one of the variegated striped Rhoeo cultivars in future updates of this page.
If you have a nursery supplying Rhoeo or you promote or distribute Rhoeo cultivars or trademarked groundcover lines which include this species, please get in touch for information about advertising on this page.
www.calyx.com.au /rhoeo.html   (265 words)

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