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Coleus: A new trailing sport from Trailing Rose

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May 12, 2013
6:28 AM

Post #9517671

This one(the 2nd and the 3rd photos) is more beautiful and more vigorously growing than Trailing Rose.

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May 17, 2013
8:49 PM

Post #9524456

Very nice pictures their.I like the colors.

May 18, 2013
5:14 AM

Post #9524650

Thanks for your kind reply, the trailing coleusí sport is rarely found because it is not easy to get its seeds, unlike the seed-grown Rainbow series.
This new one was occasionally found as a young plant in my yard, I donít know how it was propagated from the original Training Rose.

May 18, 2013
10:52 AM

Post #9524955

Your welcome.I like the way they are spreaded out like that.

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