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Coleus (seeds) Superfine Rainbow Multicolor, Vibrant Ornamental Plant, Rare Seeds for Planting, Outdoors and Indoors, Gift for Gardener

Coleus (seeds) Superfine Rainbow Multicolor, Vibrant Ornamental Plant, Rare Seeds for Planting, Outdoors and Indoors, Gift for Gardener

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Variegated Coleus Super­fine Rainbow Multi­colour has huge, serrated leaves that are splotched with red, green, cream, rose and dark purple or black in various patterns. The unique colors and patterns are extremely eye-catching.

A packet of 15 seeds.

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🌱🌱🌱 Start sowing coleus seed with a flat or container with damp potting soil. Lightly sprinkle the coleus seeds over the soil. Cover the container with plastic and place it in a warm spot in bright, indirect light. You should see seedlings in about two weeks. When you see the coleus seedlings, remove the plastic. Keep the soil moist as the seedlings grow. Once the seedlings are large enough with two sets of true leaves, transplant them to individual containers. 🌱🌱🌱

🪴 🪴 🪴 Coleus enthusiasts are aware that its DNA is very unstable, thus we have over 2500 different varieties nowadays. Out of all varieties, each cultivar may have a few forms: darker or lighter, more speckles or fewer speckles, additional color or fewer colors form, different coloring pattern, a different leaf shape or growth habit. Coleus may also spontaneously mutate to a distinctly new variety or reverse to a parental plant via a sport, side shoot, or seed. Which makes coleus so exciting to grow and cultivate. Thus, growing the coleus from the seeds of the same cultivar (even the same mother plant) may produce the variated forms of this cultivar or regress/progress the mutation. The only sure way to get the exact same plant is through vegetative propagation or tissue culture, in other words, a live starter plant, which we offer for some varieties as well. 🪴 🪴 🪴
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