Coleus plants are members of the Lamiaceae or mint family and are known for their colorful foliage; they are best to grow in shady spots, patios, porches, and garden terraces.

  • Life cycle: annual 
  • Plant size: 1-1.5 feet
  • Pot required: 9-12 inches
  • Watering: when the topsoil gets dry

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What makes it Unique?

  • Coleus is cultivated as an ornamental plant and is best known as a garden plant because of its brightly colored foliage.
  • Coleus plants have various leaf sizes and shapes, and their flowers look like tiny blue or purple spikes.
  • The leaves of the coleus plant are for medicinal purposes.
  • Coleus can be used every summer for years without repeating color combos.
  • Taking a specific combo supplement of coleus may result in negligible effect for the person affected by glaucoma.

How to care?

  • Depending on the variety, the plant prefers part shade or full shade to sunlight.
  • Coleus grows best in moist, loose, and well-draining soil.
  • They thrive best in hot and humid conditions, and frost may kill the plants in a temperate climate.
  • Indoor Coleus requires water only when the top inch of the soil feels dry, while the outdoors require water twice a day.
  • Container coleus needs fertilizer once a month because water washes away the nutrients from the soil.
  • Cut off the spikes of the flower to encourage the life and growth of new leaves.
  • Pinch growing shoots of young plants frequently to promote branch growth.
  • Proper care of the coleus plant may produce a raceme of white or blue flowers in summer.
  • If the coleus plant is grown in a container outgrows, you may report it to another.
  • The plant grows to a height of 65-70 cm when it reaches maturity.

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