Duranta plant, also widely known as golden dewdrops, is a tropical broadleaf evergreen that is often grown as an annual outdoor shrub or potted houseplant outside its zone 10—11 hardiness range. A member of the verbena family, duranta plant typically grows 2 to 4 feet tall in regions where it dies back in the winter, but it can achieve heights of 15 feet or more in warm-winter environments.
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|Common||Duranta plant, duranta, golden dewdrops, sky flower, pigeon berry|
|Plant Type||Tropical broadleaf evergreen shrub|
|Mature Size||2-4 ft. tall, 1-2 feed wide (when grown as an annual); up to 18 feet tall as a perennial in warm-winter zones.|
|Soil Type||Rich loam; tolerates rocky soil|
|Soil pH||Acidic to slightly alkaline (5.6—7.5)|
|Bloom Time||Spring through frost|
|Flower Color||Blue, violet, white|
|Hardiness Zones||10—11 (USDA)|
|Native Area||Central and South America|
|Toxicity||Leaves and berries are toxic to humans and animals|