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Try a touch of coleus indoors or out
Subtle in their vivaciousness with intriguing leaf shapes and exotic colours
Eye-popping: Coleus can bring no-fuss colour to your home.
Pay a little attention to
your indoor greenery --
or reds and yellows and
oranges -- and your home
could look like a
subtropical haven. Bright-leafed
plants can transform a flat interior
into one that pops, and raise a few
admiring eyebrows in the process.
One of the brightest foliage plants
is coleus -- a no-fuss, good-looking
contender for indoor living.
Coleus is a tender perennial
though it's more often treated as an
annual, especially when planted
outdoors. Its leaves have rather
exotic colour combinations in red,
pink, russet, burgundy, orange,
green, yellow and white. Some may
look a tad gaudy -- the council
bedding displays are often garishly
so, but the newer varieties are
more subtle in their vivaciousness,
with prettier colour combinations
and more intriguing leaf shapes.
They may be toothed or ruffled,
blotched or streaked, large or
Coleus grows in pretty much any
soil -- rich or poor -- although a good
quality potting mix or moderately
fertile soil will see them thrive.
They like a well-drained but
moisture-retentive soil; dry soil
results in wilting and leaf drop.
The secret to lush leaves is in the
feeding. Coleus will certainly get
by without food, but they thrive
when fed regularly. For lush,
healthy leaves, apply liquid
fertiliser on a regular basis during
the growing season.
Pinch the growing tips and remove
any flower spikes that appear -- the
flowers are small and insignificant
anyway compared to the foliage --
to encourage vigorous, bushy
Indoors, place your coleus in a
well-lit room, avoiding direct
sunlight and draughts.
Outdoors, plant in a frost-free spot
in partial shade.
Potted outdoor plants can be
brought inside over winter to be
used as houseplants, though they
may eventually become leggy and
Your garden centre should have a
few varieties for sale, but you can
also buy seeds.
Egmont Seeds has a nice bunch of
varieties to choose from, including
Chocolate Mint, whose leaves are a
rich chocolate brown offset by lime
green borders -- and Black Dragon,
whose leaves are a deep burgundy
bordered with deep purple ruffles.
They also sell a new mix called
Fuseable Coleus Chocolate
Symphony, which is a blend of
lime green and chocolate-leaved
They come as multi-pellets, where
the two different varieties are
moulded together into one pellet,
and are specially formulated to
deliver a perfectly balanced mix of
the two coleus varieties, Chocolate
Mint and Versa Lime.
They germinate and grow together
to produce a very natural looking
Feed and water your coleus well
and they will treat you with eye-
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