Coleus (Specialty Types)
Height: Varies/Spread: Varies
A wide range of colors and textures. Great in a variety of situations from bedding to containers. Light shade may be beneficial in hot locations.
Chocolate Covered Cherry: Rose center surrounded by mahogany and a thin green margin.
Inferno: 28″ tall. Bright lime yellow with an irregular green line in the center. Very uniform and well branching.
Electric Slide: 24″ tall. Strong, canary yellow background, shocking red veins and a ruffled emerald edge.
Wasabi: Neat sharp edges and a pungent chartreuse color. 36″ tall.
Macaw: 4″ compact, tight habit, leaves that are maroon and lobed with cream centers.
Main Street Fifth Avenue: 16″ tall. A combo of pink and burgundy with a green edge.
Strained Glass Royalty: 20″ tall. Hot pink center with a wide, jagged edge of deep purple.
Kong Series: 1 gallon & 2 gallon
Height: 18-22”/Spread: 22-28”
Kong coleus is the king this season. Grows tall with a well-mounded, compact habit. Boasts huge leaves in bold coloration’s. Performs best in full shade. Exceptional mass planted in beds or use as a superb accent in containers.
Red: Rich red center, strong veining, and bright green edge.
Lime Sprite: Lime green with a rose interior.
Scarlet: Huge leaves that are dark red with veins trailing out to the chartreuse edges.