Because it’s sort of average with typical marks for a coleus, we don’t expect much from it, I guess. Advertisements
Sorry I only have one picture of this because the colors were awesome!
Update from 2015: Original Post from 2014: Update on growth of Neon Plumage. The one where it’s solo is the most recent picture, the one with the other two plants is from last winter.
A unique one 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,…
I got both of these at Wodill Greenhouse in Beaver Dam. They didn’t come with labels, but they look like they’re from the Giant Exhibition seed mix. Researching it on the web, one of varieties in the mix is called Marble, and it looks like the multicolored one in the picture. The other one is…
This is the one that first caught my eye out of all my seedlings. The vivid, almost neon magenta color is so predominant. There is hardly any green at all, mostly the vivid magenta surrounded by a darker magenta edge. I think there are a couple seedlings like this in the pot.
Growth Update: Update: Died this year, just like another Gnash Rambler died over the winter 2012/2013.
Growth Update: I have one word to describe this Kong: Inconsistent. It might be the light levels or temperature, but I never know what this plant will look like. Sometimes the inner color is orange and brown, sometimes it’s pink and white. Sometimes it’s even bright pink orange and burgundy. I think I have one…