Proven Winners

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UPC: 706384592208
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Common Name: Coleus
Plant Type: Annual
Exposure: Sun or Shade
Hardiness Zone: 10-11
Bloom Time: Grown for Foliage
Garden Height: 12-20 Inches
Garden Spread: 10-18 Inches
Size Category: Mid: 16 to 36 Inches
Heat Tolerant: Yes
Pot Size: 4.25 Inch Grande PW Pot
$9.99 - $16.99

Coleus Plectranthus scutellarioides 'ColorBlaze® Mini Me™ Watermelon'

$9.99 - $16.99
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Coleus Plectranthus scutellarioides 'ColorBlaze® Mini Me™ Watermelon'

$9.99 - $16.99

Pot Size: 4.25 Inch Grande PW Pot

  • New this season
  • Bold pop of color
  • Adds interesting color

Brand new this year, Coleus Plectranthus scutellarioides 'ColorBlaze® Mini Me™ Watermelon' from Proven Winners® boasts beautiful watermelon to coral foliage with chartruese accents.

Uses: Combination Containers, Landscapes
Notable Features: Heat Tolerant
Growth Habit: Upright Growth

Homeowners Growing Tips: Pinching off the flowers or growing tips encourages more side shoots, resulting in a bushier plant.

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Customer reviews

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  • Rediculous Coleus

    Posted by Gill B. Coates on Jul 2nd 2021

    My plants arrived in great shape. They are doing well and getting more red in color. Can't wait to see them when they reach full size and in full color!

  • Amazing Plants!

    Posted by Jarrod Coomer on Oct 17th 2020

    I was amazed at how well these plants performed. They were pretty small when I received them, but quickly grew massive. I used 2 of them in a 30" wide planter along with a King Tut grass and 2 Supertunia Vista Snowdrift. This was my first time planting any coleus from Proven Winners, but it will not be my last. I selected these because the planters I used are shaded most of the day, but receive sun in the late afternoon/evening. I will definitely be planting these again.

  • Highly recommend

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 21st 2020

    This was a beautiful addition to my garden. The color added much needed depth of color around hydrangeas and azaleas and is still beautiful now with the changing of seasons from summer to fall. Even after hurricane Laura toppled them, I staked them back up and they are going strong. These do not flower much and when they did were easily pinched back. I will continue to plant these. These were in sun most of the day.