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Rustic Orange Coleus

Plectranthus scutellarioides

$43.00
Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter
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  • Pet Warning:Toxic To Ingest

  • Care Level:Plays Hard to Get

Rustic Orange Coleus (Plectranthus scutellarioides) reminds us of an orange slushy with hints of lemon slices mixed in for good measure. This refreshing, brightly colored bouquet of energy will bring a warming spark to the garden bed when all else may be a bit dull. This upright coleus is compact and lively, growing up to 24 inches. Add him to the garden bed or a patio planter to enjoy him up close! Pinch back his flowers to keep all the energy feeding the foliage for an impressive display.
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Rustic Orange Coleus
Rustic Orange Coleus
About Rustic Orange Coleus

Create success, joy, and sunshine with this color combination amongst the pumpkins and sunflowers in your garden! Just in time for the fall season or wherever you want to spread happiness! Add the sun and water and your coleus. This color combo will activate the heat with the energy of orange and the joy of yellow on her leaves!

Care Level: Plays Hard to Get

Some care required.

Pet Friendly: Warning

May cause skin irritation.

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, it was 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® Sedona Sunset® Coleus is an award winner for a top performer in ten plant trials!

Plectranthus scutellarioides Care Guide

Rustic Orange Coleus

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