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<p>Without a photo or more detailed description, it's difficult to identify the plant with certainty. However, based on your description of purple leaves, purple stems, and purple edges on mature leaves, it's possible that the plant could be a variety of purple-leaved coleus (Solenostemon scutellarioides). Coleus is a popular ornamental plant with many different cultivars, some of which have distinctive purple or variegated leaves.</p>
<p>If possible, it would be helpful to provide a photo or more detailed description, including the shape and arrangement of the leaves, any flowers or fruits present, and the overall growth habit of the plant. This would make it easier to identify the plant with more accuracy.</p>
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Original Post by Barbarak

Plant ID please

<p>Trying to identify this purple leaved plant that appeared ( as mam cant remember planting it). new growth is purple. maturing leaves are dark green with purple edges and purple underside. Purple stems as well.</p>

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