On Oct 18, 2006, bamboochick from Springfield, MO wrote:
I bought this plant at Walmart for $1... I should have known, I think I bought a diseased plant, or I am doing something wrong, my leaves keep falling off and my plant is covered in little white things that look like mold, or some type of parasite.... I would not suggest buying a plant for a dollar
On May 1, 2006, rubygloomrox from Red Wing, MN wrote:
I love this plant! It is a must have on my list of annuals each year. It just brings so much color to the shady spots! It looks great in containers by itself or with other plants, too. It also seems to grow very fast.
Definitely my favorite variety of coleus.
On Jan 12, 2005, sugarweed from Jacksonville & Okeechobee, FL (Zone 9a) wrote:
WOW, what a performer! This plant was about 3' tall and will root from cuttings quickly. I pinched off buds everytime I passed it all during the fall. It sags during heat, but actually flourishes in shade or sun when the heat cuts back.
On Jul 20, 2004, Happenstance from Northern California, CA wrote:
These coleus boast extremely large leaves, generally the size of your hand. Five unique color patterns include Kong Mosaic a Fantastic Foliage(TM) variety.
Well-branched plants grow 18 to 22 in. (45 to 55 cm) tall in the garden. Keeps a controlled look in combo plantings. Great for large containers & shady mass plantings. Performs best & shows the most intense color in full shade.
Makes a good indoor house plant in bright artificial light conditions.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Brea, California Clayton, California Bartow, Florida Jacksonville, Florida Divernon, Illinois Baton Rouge, Louisiana Springfield, Missouri Bucyrus, Ohio North Augusta, South Carolina Springdale, Utah