• Red Rediculous Coleus in 1-gallon varies grower planter
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Red Rediculous Coleus

Plectranthus scutellarioides

Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter

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  • Pet Warning:Toxic To Ingest

  • Approximate Size: 6" to 12" W 12" to 14" H

The ColorBlaze® Rediculous® Coleus (Plectranthus scutellarioides) sends vibrations through the planting beds as she dances around in her ruby red dress swaying in the breeze. She'll dance in full sun or full shade, depending on the music. She hovers 2-3' tall with a 3' spread, so give her plenty of room to swirl.
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Red Rediculous Coleus
Red Rediculous Coleus
About Red Rediculous Coleus

Karl Ludwig Blume (1796-1862) discovered coleus being grown in the Dutch colony of Java. Their origins are unknown but include specimens located in Asia and Africa. At that time, coleus gained popularity in Victorian England. Auction houses even sold them at exorbitant prices since they were so popular and new on the market. Fortunately, today, prices have decreased, varieties have increased, and new hybrids are introduced yearly.

Care Level:

Some care required.

Pet Friendly: Warning

May cause skin irritation.  Keep away from pets.

Origins: Southeast Asia and Malaysia.

Southeast Asia and Malaysia.

Fun Facts: In Victorian time...

In Victorian times, Coleus was a parlor plant embellishing windows, window boxes, and conservatories. By the early 1900s, they were no longer as popular due to inferior plant growth at the time.

Coleus varieties include trailing, mounding, and spreading habits and take the place of flowering plants in a shade garden.

When growing Coleus, remove the terminal bud of young shoots to encourage branching to get more colorful foliage. Remove the flowers to send more energy to the leaves for growth.

ColorBlaze® Rediculous® Coleus is a 20-time award winner for a top performer in the plant industry! One more reason to grow this one!

Plectranthus scutellarioides Care Guide

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