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WormsLovSharon
Las Vegas, NV

July 6, 2011
6:11 AM

Post #8675595

This a group I planted in the large bed in the front landscape. They are semi protected from the sun from streetscape trees. This is the bed I have fallen in three times. I now use an old vacuum cleaner metal extension as a cane and it works like a charm. It is wider and heaver. I need to find a cane built just like it.

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WormsLovSharon
Las Vegas, NV

July 6, 2011
6:12 AM

Post #8675598

Different angle, same bed.

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pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 6, 2011
6:18 AM

Post #8675605

Lovely, Sharon. I enjoy how coleus "play nice together".

I'm impatiently waiting for the callies to spread in both attached brick planters in the courtyard.

Maybe you could get a custom made cane?

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WormsLovSharon
Las Vegas, NV

July 6, 2011
6:24 AM

Post #8675617

Beautiful. Love the drift wood. Did any of the two plants I sent you live. Your little invasive buddy you sent, with warning, is starting to grow and has darling little white flowers.

OK, wisdom of Pirl...Where would you get a custom cane made. I will try Goggling custom made canes.

This canna is all by itself with yellow purslane.

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pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 6, 2011
6:36 AM

Post #8675631

Custom made canes - a whole page of them!
http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&aq=1&oq=custom made canes&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GZAZ_enUS418US418&q=custom made walking canes

The wire vine is trying to live but misses you!
WormsLovSharon
Las Vegas, NV

July 6, 2011
7:16 PM

Post #8677123

Probably misses the dry heat. I will check the site. Thanks so much.
georgiagarden3
Arlington, GA
(Zone 8a)

July 10, 2011
9:58 AM

Post #8683956

Some of my babies .

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georgiagarden3
Arlington, GA
(Zone 8a)

July 10, 2011
10:00 AM

Post #8683961

and..

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georgiagarden3
Arlington, GA
(Zone 8a)

July 10, 2011
10:01 AM

Post #8683963

oh and this one

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georgiagarden3
Arlington, GA
(Zone 8a)

July 10, 2011
10:03 AM

Post #8683970

and

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WormsLovSharon
Las Vegas, NV

July 10, 2011
9:20 PM

Post #8685118

i found these at Lowe's at $3.99 for a quart size. I needed instant garden because of African Sumac root problems. Not a great photo but you can see the coleus. No names but I like the pink.

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pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 11, 2011
3:49 AM

Post #8685293

Love the coleus sales now!

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coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

July 11, 2011
10:30 AM

Post #8686001

The ground hog has eaten all my coleus in the back and is now starting on the east side. I still have some in front so I'd better take some pictures. This is 'lime frills' in the center with 'kona red' on the sides.

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pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 11, 2011
11:51 AM

Post #8686165

Gorgeous coleus, great color echoes and a wonderful photo!
springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 11, 2011
12:35 PM

Post #8686236

Just love all you coleus. Have any of you heard of the new seascape coleus coming out next year?
pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 11, 2011
12:37 PM

Post #8686240

I haven't. Please tell us whatever you know about them. Thanks.
springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 11, 2011
12:42 PM

Post #8686253

I will find the web site again tonight. Like 8 in the series. Coming spring 2012. I gogled new coleus 2012. I will look.
pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 11, 2011
12:43 PM

Post #8686258

Thanks.
springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 11, 2011
1:08 PM

Post #8686306

http://www.greenhousegrower.com/ggtv/?vid=474 Hope this works.
Creator is Jim Monroe of Hort couture's 'under the sea' coleus
pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 11, 2011
1:33 PM

Post #8686348

Thanks for the link. The voice on the video was hard to understand so I listened twice and from what I could gather it's a coleus with a "sub leaf". Individual photos would be great and I'm sure they'll be online before we know it.

Thanks again.
sugarweed
Jacksonville & Okeec, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 11, 2011
10:09 PM

Post #8687374

Just wondering how much they will cost.
They look very interesting.
Sidney
WormsLovSharon
Las Vegas, NV

July 12, 2011
5:32 AM

Post #8687599

Pirl, you are always bursting my balloon. Here I thought my $4 coleus were a bargain, down from $6.

I was up early to take step-son to airport. Well getting boarding pass for him I discovered it is next week so I am heading back to bed for another hour.
pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 12, 2011
6:27 AM

Post #8687667

Sorry! I never saw such great plants at such terrific prices.
sugarweed
Jacksonville & Okeec, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 12, 2011
7:33 AM

Post #8687773

Sharon,
Pirl has a much shorter growing season than you do, I think.
That's what makes hers less expensive.
The picture shows many India Frills behind that sign.
This year I am spending until next April in mid-southern Florida so I hope to have many next spring for my coleus friends.
Sidney
daisy_lee
New Hyde Park, NY

July 12, 2011
8:44 AM

Post #8687919

I love seeing all of the pictures of the beautiful Coleus! Here are some of mine :)

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helenethequeen

helenethequeen
Longboat Key, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 12, 2011
8:52 AM

Post #8687930

daisy-lee Pls/
what is the name of the very dark with pink on the lower row very right.?
I'd love a cutting? Pay for postage helene
used to live in Brewster NY and had many there. Here in FL by the beach they are harder to grow so haven't had any in 2 years but wanting to get back into it as now I have some shade...
sugarweed
Jacksonville & Okeec, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 12, 2011
9:01 AM

Post #8687950

Helen,
Yes, tis a tad harder to keep them going in the summer down here.
I have a very shaded deck where I keep mine shaded and hand watered.
We can beg cuttings in late August into Sept. from all our northern friends. Then they flourish down here.
I believe that coleus is Tabasco, but I am often wrong.
Sidney

helenethequeen

helenethequeen
Longboat Key, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 12, 2011
7:01 PM

Post #8689201

Oh thanks, i know I have this tree and under there I was able to grow those chartreuse colored ones. I planted and DH took care of watering , pinching etc. He passed in Jan. so now I am in a quandery how much to do outside. Again a few Cols would be nice as I love them. My very Fav is " betelgeuse" had it for years and then history. So admire all of yours

coleuslover123

coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

July 13, 2011
6:09 PM

Post #8690889

Wow, you have some really pretty ones daisy. It's interesting how you grow them in pots instead of putting them in the ground. Maybe I should start doing that since I've had such a problem with the animals eating them. Here's a few pics of the ones around my tree.
The red one is 'red head', the green in back is 'dappled apple' and yellow front one is 'freckles'. 'red head' seems to be a good performer.

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sugarweed
Jacksonville & Okeec, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 13, 2011
8:09 PM

Post #8691098

They are very pretty. You might keep more in pots with the critters you have.
Sidney
WormsLovSharon
Las Vegas, NV

July 13, 2011
8:52 PM

Post #8691176

Red head is beautiful.
MechelleT
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

July 17, 2011
7:21 PM

Post #8698599

Hi There,

I have an addiction to Coleus! But I guess most of us here do and I was wondering if anyone would like to trade rooted cuttings of named Coleus with me. Here is what I have:

Watermelon
Henna
Pat Martin
Alabama Sunset
Sunset
Wizard Mosaic
Wizard Red Roof
Wizard Scarlet
Electric Lime
Indian Summer
Black Dragon
Saturn (none avail)
Kong Mosaic (none avail)

I had posted over on the plant trading forum with not much luck. Just trying to swap for a few that I don't have. I have plenty of nice rooted cuttings on all of these. I have a few more which I haven't ID'd yet. The pic below is one I haven't ID'd yet. Thanks!
Mechelle

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alice_sunn
Stockholm
Sweden

July 19, 2011
11:01 AM

Post #8701823

mechelle,
They are so pretty!!! I have more or less the same coleus as you have, so I can't swop :))

Hope you're lucky and find a nice person to swop with
:) Alice
shadylady7
Coon Rapids, MN

July 22, 2011
11:07 AM

Post #8708718

I'm a newbie - both to the list and as a person with CCD - compulsive coleus disorder. I have enjoyed going back to see photos of your lovely gardens.
Here's one I took on the morning after an all-night downpour. It was too wet to play in the mud, so I just took photos.

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pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 22, 2011
11:27 AM

Post #8708750

Welcome to Dave's Garden and to the Coleus Forum, shadylady.

That's a lovely combination!
shadylady7
Coon Rapids, MN

July 22, 2011
11:47 AM

Post #8708788

Thanks. The photo above actually has only one coleus plant in it. I think it's Tilt-a-Whirl. It also has stonecrop sedum, a peachy/orange callibrachoa (million bells) and violet verbena. My space is only 20x20 feet, much of that grass, so I have to use containers for everything. Here's another photo...

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pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

July 22, 2011
12:05 PM

Post #8708824

Wonderful. What's the coleus nearest the bottom of the photo. It's gorgeous.
shadylady7
Coon Rapids, MN

July 22, 2011
12:15 PM

Post #8708840

Hi Pirl. I think its one of the King Kong varieties. The leaves are enormous. The coleus at the top is also a King Kong, but with the colors reversed. I have never grown any like this before, so I'm anxious so see if they survive the rest of our hot summer. Here's one more photo, of the longer side of my tiny space... The weathered old wheel barrow is filled with herbs and my poor hydrangea at the end is trying to recover from a long rainy night.

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ClanCampbell
(Chris) Des Moines, IA
(Zone 5a)

July 22, 2011
8:25 PM

Post #8709845

Good evening.. I only have one coleus which is a houseplant (I live in an apartment on the 3rd floor..hard to have a garden lol). Anyway, I've looked in the Plantfiles for this one and don't find it.
I bought it at Lowe's and the tag says "Stained Glassworks Eruption". As you can see, it definitely isn't Stained Glass :) It does say that it's a Coleus Hybrid- I even looked on the website ColeusFinder and didn't find it.

I'm not familiar with Coleus as some of you are - is this a plant that should be added to the Plantfiles? I don't have the Latin names for it.

Thanks :)

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alice_sunn
Stockholm
Sweden

July 23, 2011
2:32 AM

Post #8710159

It looks like the coleus "Stormy Weather", it's a really nice one.

coleuslover123

coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

July 24, 2011
7:40 AM

Post #8712148

Clan, I think your coleus is 'city lights'. So many are similar though, so it's hard to tell.
Here's my 'city lights'. Hmmm. On second look, your's does look different, so mybe the one who said 'stormy weather' is right.



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ClanCampbell
(Chris) Des Moines, IA
(Zone 5a)

July 24, 2011
11:37 AM

Post #8712551

Thanks :) I went to the PlantFiles and looked at Stormy Weather and I think that's what it is too.. Your "city lights" seems to have more red to it than mine does. What's funny is that the tag that came with this coleus has a picture that looks just like the plant and does say "stained glassworks eruption". Sometimes I wonder if names change depending on the grower, supplier, even the region they come from.
MechelleT
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

July 24, 2011
1:19 PM

Post #8712697

Would love to trade cuttings with either of you :)
tusseemussee
Indianapolis, IN
(Zone 5b)

July 27, 2011
7:10 PM

Post #8719824

I have enjoyed viewing all of the Coleus here and love the choice of plants. I have very little working experience with Coleus so it is nice to see how well they can be displayed in arrangements.

A small grouping in my garden.

Tussee

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coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

July 27, 2011
7:16 PM

Post #8719837

That's beautiful Tussee. Very nice combinations! Do you know the names of the ones in your picture?
springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 27, 2011
8:36 PM

Post #8720031

Yes just fantastic!! Love the colors!!! Foliage is better than blossoms hands down!!
It has been so cold this summer that I hate to show some of mine.
coleup
annapolis, MD
(Zone 7b)

July 27, 2011
9:25 PM

Post #8720157

ClanCambell,

Your tagged "Stained Glass works 'eruption'" is a variety hybridized and grown by StainedGlass Works a coleus grower. It must be a new introduction as I do not see a discription of it in their on-line mail order catalogue.

Stainedglass works grows named variety coleus and does stained glass and other garden art. I'd link to their site but my computer is acting up right now. I think on Coleus finder they are listed as suppliers as Glass house. Yep, here's the link note that they have 2 pages of coleus hybrids!!

http://www.glasshouseworks.com/onlinecatalog.html
tusseemussee
Indianapolis, IN
(Zone 5b)

July 28, 2011
9:38 AM

Post #8720926

I did not save the name tags on this group of Coleus. I bought all of my plants, save one (lg. background deep pink) from Rosy Dawn and thought I could use my order list to conjure up a name if needed. I did keep a tag for one Coleus placed in a old chimney flue setup for a single plant. Since its arrival, it has been a favorite and I will attempt to take cuttings for next year. That thought may change when the time comes to do so as I have so many plants that must come inside for the winter. Sometimes its a matter of being practical when I weigh the time spent with cuttings and the money spent for a new plant.

Tussee

Florida Sun Rose

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kiseta
Augusta, GA
(Zone 8a)

July 28, 2011
12:18 PM

Post #8721185

Tussee, do you save your cuttings in water or in flowerpots and dirt. I have some nice coleus this year and would like to take cutings and save them for next year. They are mostly sun coleus and are very tall. Etelka

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tusseemussee
Indianapolis, IN
(Zone 5b)

July 30, 2011
2:00 PM

Post #8725688

kiseta, I start all of my cuttings in pro-mix that has been sterilized in a oven for 30 minutes to kill gnat eggs. They come with the peat moss. I place these cuttings on a heat pad, and for good light put them in my greenhouse. If I see wilting after the first 3 or 4 days, they go in a clear plastic bag for humidity. I've read there are some varieties of coleus that are very hard to root, so keep that possibility in mind and do not beat yourself up should some fail.

Tussee
kiseta
Augusta, GA
(Zone 8a)

July 30, 2011
2:55 PM

Post #8725787

Thank you. I have rooted some in plain water, they are already planted in dirt in flower pots. This is the time when coleus is starting to bloom , so I have been pinching a lot. We have a long Summer, plus the first frost don't come till mid November, so I have enough time to start colecting cuttings to Winter over. I don't have a greenhouse, but have some windows I can use, and some fl. lights I use to grow my seeds. Thanks again. Etelka

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sugarweed
Jacksonville & Okeec, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 31, 2011
5:14 PM

Post #8728327

Just remember water roots are different than soil roots.
I will be doing my dangdest to overwinter as many as I can down here in zone 10 this winter.
Please keep me in mind for cuttings before y'all have cold snaps in Sept.
I will pay postage and offer first pick to donors.
Sidney
springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 31, 2011
11:29 PM

Post #8728889

Hi all I have been drooling over your pictures of sometime. Finally took some pictures of mine to share. Sorry the sun was out today. Not a big name person - May or may not have the names on these guys

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springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 31, 2011
11:30 PM

Post #8728890

#2

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springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 31, 2011
11:31 PM

Post #8728892

#3

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springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 31, 2011
11:31 PM

Post #8728894

#4

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springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 31, 2011
11:32 PM

Post #8728895

#5

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springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 31, 2011
11:34 PM

Post #8728896

#6
A few of these are not doing very well. Not sure what the problem is.

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springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

July 31, 2011
11:42 PM

Post #8728897

#7
Same here. One is 'Kiwi Fern' It looks bad. I saved it from last year and has been going down hill since it has been outside. Our night temps. have been cool this year. The coleus are half the size they shoud be. A friend of mine bought coleus from Rosy Dawn then took cuttings from each others plants. I gave her a cutting of my 'Kiwi Fern' and it is huge.

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tusseemussee
Indianapolis, IN
(Zone 5b)

August 1, 2011
7:20 PM

Post #8730954

Lovely pictures, Springcolor...my favorite is #4. Just a wonderful combination of colors and size. Your planting baskets of wire are very interesting ...did you make them? Thank you for posting.

Tussee
springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

August 1, 2011
10:24 PM

Post #8731307

Yes, I put the moss in. They were given to me by a fellow DG person on the PNW forum at a round up last year. Really like them. The one coleus on the left in #4 is Sedona That is my fav!
MechelleT
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

August 2, 2011
9:26 AM

Post #8731949

Love this one. Don't know the name as it had a generic name on the tag.

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springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

August 2, 2011
10:22 AM

Post #8732041

That is a nice one! You coud pull many colors from that one.
coleup
annapolis, MD
(Zone 7b)

August 2, 2011
6:24 PM

Post #8733005

sugarweed wrote:Just remember water roots are different than soil roots.
I will be doing my dangdest to overwinter as many as I can down here in zone 10 this winter.
Please keep me in mind for cuttings before y'all have cold snaps in Sept.
I will pay postage and offer first pick to donors.
Sidney


I need to cut back mine soon. How soon will you be accepting "boarders"? Any ones you are looking for in particular? Do you prefer rooted or unrooted? What length cutting do you prefer? I have Fla Sun Rose, Henna, Red Coat, Royal Glissade, Peter Wonder, Magilla Perilla, Stormy Weather, Dark Star, Solar Sun Flash, Solar sunrise, Freckles, Sedona, Pineapple, and atrailer dubbed Wedding Veil and a few I probably have forgotten..

.Let us know when arrivals would be welcome...Perhaps a bit too hot to ship well...

Judy

springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

August 2, 2011
10:02 PM

Post #8733473

Sugarweed,
If you see any of mine you want I will send.
sugarweed
Jacksonville & Okeec, FL
(Zone 9a)

August 2, 2011
10:30 PM

Post #8733494

Well it will be September 1st before I return here to start my overwinter project. I will take what ever ones you would like to see back in the spring.
I suggest when Sept. comes take long cuttings and put them in a ziplock and in a priority mailbox. No wet towels or anything.
I will d-mail any of you my S. Fl. address at that time.
Sidney

coleuslover123

coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

August 3, 2011
6:50 AM

Post #8733936

Wow, springcolor, your 'sedona' is beautiful. I think it's my favorite too. Mine has developed a lot of yellow in it lately. It's pretty, but I like the rust/violet tones in it better.
MechelleT
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

August 3, 2011
8:28 AM

Post #8734109

I would also be happy to overwinter. I have a 30 x 90 greenhouse and plenty of heated room for those 50 and below temps. Would also like to trade with anyone interested in Coleus I have. Just dmail me :-)

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springcolor
Lake Stevens, WA

August 3, 2011
9:17 AM

Post #8734181

MechelleT
Oh wow lucky you a 30x90 greenhouse. Mine is 8x10 way to small but so happy to have one. you must grow a ton of stuff in there. How fun!
WormsLovSharon
Las Vegas, NV

August 6, 2011
12:35 PM

Post #8740412

Well this is the same coleus as the first post. They have grown a little.

I had a beautiful group in the back landscape and got close to weed something near one and they were being annihilated by something. Found one worm on 8 coleus. I sprayed with insect killer. That is how mad I was.

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cathy166
Stamford, CT
(Zone 6b)

August 7, 2011
7:49 AM

Post #8741677

I don't find the worms, just the parts missing where they've eaten. Now that I moved them, they're doing much better. Even the sweet potato vines were worm dinner.
MechelleT
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

August 7, 2011
9:34 AM

Post #8741861

Some of my babies. Have to say that Watermelon is still my favorite.

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coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

August 12, 2011
1:25 PM

Post #8752477

Here's my 'sedona' that has developed a lot of yellow in it. The one beside it is 'redhead'.

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coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

August 12, 2011
1:26 PM

Post #8752478

The ones out by my front tree are getting bigger! This 'sedona' does not have as much yellow. I like it better.

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coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

August 12, 2011
1:28 PM

Post #8752480

This one (on the left) came without a named label. Does anyone know what it is? The yellow and green one is a sport off 'twist n twirl'.

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MechelleT
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

August 12, 2011
2:11 PM

Post #8752545

"Grape Expectations" http://www.rosydawngardens.com/detail.aspx?ID=370

coleuslover123

coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

August 12, 2011
3:17 PM

Post #8752654

Oh thanks Mechlle, and that's a better picture than mine! I need a new camera, it doesn't do justice to the coleus! ha ha. I'm glad to know what it is, and to see that it's sun tolerant. I was wondering about that. Here's a similar one, but this one came with a label that said 'kingswood torch'.

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MechelleT
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

August 13, 2011
10:40 AM

Post #8753808

I like both of those. Would love to trade cuttings :0 hint hint ! lol

I had originally thought it was Flamingo but Flamingo has deep scalloped edges on the leaves but the color pattern is exactly the same. Cool! I have a few that I need to ID too.

coleuslover123

coleuslover123
Mount Laurel, NJ

August 13, 2011
12:58 PM

Post #8754015

I'm waiting for them to get big enough to take cuttings Mechelle. I think it might be next spring before I have any!

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