By dorageorg
2 years ago

How to grow Coleus /Painted nettle/

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Coleus falls on leaf-decorative species. By nature, it is multi-year, but is more often used as a one-year period. The breeders have created many varieties. There are strands of red, carmine, green, yellow, pink, brown, bronze, violet and orange leaves. More interesting, however, are the variegated varieties, which may be in combination of red and green, dark and light red, green and yellow and much more. Varieties also vary in leaf size and tooth decay. The broadleaf species are used for geometric compositions, stripes, mixbooks and flower compositions. The little ones can be quietly grown on the balcony or terrace. Scotch does not require special care and falls to unpretentious species. It is also suitable for a winter garden. Palermo forms require more sun!
Water regularly, but moderately. Do not allow excessive water retention, but do not drown. If a bark is formed on the surface of the soil, use a trident or a small blade and dig gently. This will ensure better aeration of the soil, and hence the plant. Supply with complex mineral fertilizers for leaf-decorative species. Whiskers form seeds, but they are not used for propagation. Propagation in mass production is done through green stem cuttings. The optimal rooting temperature is 20 - 22 degrees.
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