My coleus seedlings are now potted up in solo 3 oz plastic cups. They are beginning to show interesting colors and patterns. I like the green edge on the above plant. The culture of coleus is simple, shade to half-sun, with some of the newer varieties able to thrive in full sun too. I grow my coleus from seed. You can find a mini-tutorial on how I keep the seedlings from becoming overcrowded here: Planting coleus seeds. Below are a few of my developing seedlings. I will plant the majority in my garden, a few will have the easy life and stay inside as houseplants. As they grow they will develop brighter and more distinct color swirls, notched edges, rippled and twirly leaves, and a multitude of amazing patterns.
Posted by: timelesslady | February 29, 2012
Plants – Coleus Seedling Update and Info
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