Does anyone have puakenikeni in their yard? If so, what is the average height of puakenikeni. We mistakenly (not really) bought 4 little puakenikeni's thinking they were a small fern-like groundcover which we planted in a small window-front area of the house. To our surprise, the plants turned out to be puakenikeni (lowes didn't have labels on the plants and my wife just thought they looked good for color.)
Anyway, now knowing what they are, we are thinking of the "right" place to put them.
How much space do they need (wide)?
How tall can they get?
Can you keep on trimming them back to a height of about 6 feet?
Anyone know about their roots possibly being close to a rock wall?
Thanks in advance....