Growing The Home Garden states that coleus is one of the easiest plants to propagate. The process is simple and straightforward, making it an ideal choice for the novice gardener, and the plants produce beautiful foliage... More »

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Coleus plants must be kept moist and require frequent watering. They should be fertilized in their active growing season and brought indoors for the winter. Pinching back the shoots creates a bushier plant. The coleus pr... More »

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Coleus is a shade-tolerant plant in warm climates but thrives in full sun in cooler environments. When growing coleus indoors, use a time-release fertilizer to promote growth and maintain room temperatures of 70 degrees ... More »

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There are several methods of propagating a rubber tree plant, with air layering being the preferred method. To propagate by air layering, a section of the stem is cut, treated with rooting hormone and wrapped with moss. ... More »

Kong coleus are plants that live in shady areas and produce large leaves. The foliage of the plants is their most prominent feature, and it often comes in bright colors, such as red or purple. More »

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Coleus plants must be kept moist and require frequent watering. They should be fertilized in their active growing season and brought indoors for the winter. Pinching back the shoots creates a bushier plant. The coleus pr... More »

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Some coleus plants are toxic to cats, as well as dogs and horses. The plants contain an essential oil that can cause moderate to severe digestive problems when consumed. More »