Proven Winners

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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: 20-36 Inches
Garden Spread: 12-16 Inches
Size Category: Mid: 16 to 36 Inches
Heat Tolerant: Yes
Pot Size: 4.25 Inch Grande PW Pot
$9.99

Will begin shipping Apr 1st 2024 . Ship date varies based on your location, hardiness zone, and the maturity level of the plant. If you have a specific shipping time request, please add it in the comments for your order.

Coleus Solenostemon scutellarioides 'ColorBlaze® Lime Time®'

$9.99

Pot Size: 4.25 Inch Grande PW Pot

  • Versatile plant
  • Bold pop of color
  • Adds interesting texture

Proven Winners Coleus ColorBlaze® Lime Time® has bright chartreuse foliage.  It makes a great accent in combinations or garden beds where a bright splash of color is just what was called for.  Can be grown in sun or shade making it versatile for all sorts of exposures.

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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  • Pop of Color
    5

    Posted by Sandi on Jun 8th 2023

    Love this coleus for the ease of growing in sun for a pop of color. Really a lime color. Health plants arrived in perfect condition. Romence is the best for everything .

  • Fast Growing Coleus
    5

    Posted by Stephen A on Jun 29th 2022

    Grows very fast and does well in hot climates. Looks just like the pictures.

  • Highly recommend
    5

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 6th 2020

    Love love this colour. Looks just like the pictures will order again

  • Vibrant!
    4

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 27th 2020

    Beautiful! Grew very nicely over the season in pots that were mostly in the shade. Unfortunately, it was eaten by deer when I was not home for a week.