Iresine herbstii

Iresine herbstii Hook., Gard. Chron. 1864: 654 654 1864. (Syn: Iresine verschaffeltii Lem.);

Beefsteak Plant, Bloodleaf, Chicken Gizzard, Herbst's Bloodleaf;  
on the 22nd of October, 2008 at Munnar; Iresine herbstii : 150110-AK-3 - efloraofindia | Google Groups

Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week :: Iresine herbstii : Green Leaves : Nairobi,Kenya : AK-11: Seen this ornamental plant at the David Sheldrick Orphanage for Elephants in Nairobi, Kenya.
Leaves here were green in color unlike the ones seen in Munnar, Kerala.,Iresine%20herbstii,Munnar-DSCN6449.JPG?part=0.1&view=1&vt=ANaJVrHWHIqyfkT8zE6fx1T25Ps0WHmSrxvsBY_xjea9L0I8GO3Qp_3inRfLK6_V-tsShyr0274gXoxBbA_Qvaik81IACZl2AcQ5Ei6CCmjnPCG1ND27f3U,Iresine%20herbstii,Munnar-DSCN6453.JPG?part=0.2&view=1&vt=ANaJVrEdMlbfk_tyHHNnqL-u4o0xw6B5BdwbJ9215htvirsq2uCCI4S4NkOSDlkSYWsUVyZzIoQikEgbSy1arkQLsUUzd9GJRxeDGdjq5fLvpaWHQKfhJVo
Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week :: Iresine herbstii : Munnar : AK-8:  Sharing these pictures of this beautiful ornamental plant from Munnar, Kerala.
Ornamental Plant For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 240114 : AK-18 : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (2).
A cultivated, ornamental plant seen at the Lalbagh Nursery.
Picture taken on 23/11/13.
This plant seems to be Iresine herbstii of the family Amaranthaceae.
Plant for ID-PC-10-15.08.2015 : 8 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
please identify the plant in picture from Warsaw. Is it some Alternanthera sp.
Yes 'Red Alternanthera'. Most probably Alternanthera ficoidea.
Iresine herbstii - a warm temperate plant in Amaranthaceae, originally from South America, I think.
Noted the correct ID and thanks for communicating the same to me. Sorry ... for  my  misidentification. In fact, I am very familiar with this plant (Iresine species) and had grown this in my institute's garden a decade ago dentified and explained to many  about the special features of this plant. While checking  your photograph I just did the ID in such a hurry that it did not occur to me that I had this plant in my garden and all my attention  was only on red Alternathera.  This is a lesson for non-professional taxonomists like me to be patient while  checking the characters. Patient pays and hurry harms.