Complete Guide to Growing Coleus Plants

Coleus, popular as Victorian-era bedding plants, has made a big comeback thanks to the all-season color offered by the beautiful foliage, whether planted in full sun or shade.

Coleus plants are characterized by square stems and leaves located directly across from each other. Although it produces small blue to white flowers, they are insignificant and are often plucked to conserve the plant's energy.

Foliage can vary greatly in shape, style, and color. The creators regularly produce new introductions with even more unusual colors and patterns.

Planted outdoors in early spring, the coleus quickly grows to full size in a single season. Large swathes of assorted coleus plants that take on a quilt-like appearance can look delightful in a landscape or garden beds. Its brightly colored foliage also adds a decorative touch to window boxes, outdoor container gardens, and hanging baskets. Coleus is toxic to pets.

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