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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

A SELF GROWN COLEUS

So fun... finding self grown Coleus on the raised bed!


As long as I remember, I have never grown this variety. 
I'm not sure, it might the seed spread by the wind or other.


Growing so lush...
Actually I really love coleus.
Coleus is the first plant collection.
You can check my old collections on the past here.





11 comments:

  1. This coleus is gorgeous. How lovely! Btw coleus tend to look a little different with different amount of sunlight especially when the plant is young.

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  2. Coleus really decorates garden with its beautiful leaves, Endah.
    How an interesting to see it in your garden. Perhaps the coleus seed was in a pot with newly purchased plant.

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    1. That's right, they come as volunteer, a bonus. Thank you, Nadezda

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  3. Oh boy--lucky you! I absolutely love Coleus varieties, too. They're such a great way to add color to a shady garden. Here, of course, I must grow them as annuals because of our very cold winters. Great plants, though!

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    1. Thank you for sharing about your experience. It will match with our shady garden

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  4. Dearest Endah,
    Yes, self-sowing plants do show up at times and who knows, maybe inside some bird-poop?
    Coleus are like weeds, they grow very vigorously!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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    1. Yes, you're alright. We have three varieties of wild coleus that grow by them selves. Nature spread plant from new life.

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  5. Maybe you gave bred a completely new variety. 🙂

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