One from the Solar series purchased through Rosy Dawn.
Funky foliage similar to Witch Doctor.
It’s Sparkly. Very Sparkly. Sparkly. Like a Holiday.
It started from seed this year, but it does look a lot like Henna.
Because it’s sort of average with typical marks for a coleus, we don’t expect much from it, I guess.
It’s sort of in the manner of…Rose Kong? But it’s one of my hybrids.
It has that weird curly foliage like the Under The Sea varieties.
I guess they named it this because it grows really big?
Update from 2015: This variety sure sports a lot, as I’ve noticed lots of variegated/mosaic types do. Reminds me of Fingerpaint, but a warmer color or “autumn” version of it. One thing I’ve observed about the sporting mosaic (Fingerpaint, Twist and Twirl, etc.) is that they will sport to a solid, but I haven’t noticed…
A new plant for us this year. Purchased online from Rosy Dawn.
Update! This is Ann’s Hybrid Bright Coral Mosaic all grown up! (above) Original Post from 2014: The most recent picture is the one in the cardboard box. This plant in the older picture is in the top right. It was more vivid back then and it’s more green now, but it still has the pink,…
We got this on at a greenhouse up north on our way to our short vacation. It didn’t have a name, but I didn’t recognize it as anything I had, but wasn’t sure. It does look like it’s the offspring of Burning Bush and Dreamcatcher, but it doesn’t look like anything else either.
Well, I have Alabama Sunset, and I have Sunset, and this one is Alabama. They’re all similar, but this one seems more speckled.
This variety seems to sport a lot. There was one in the store where the variegated leaves were sporting to solid dark, and the one I have is sporting to solid olive green. It reminds me a little of Twist and Twirl, but the leaves are larger and texture thicker.