Coleus Maroon is an attractive, laid back plant with dark maroon leaves with a thick dark green leaf border. The plant requires no special attention to be taken care of and can bring a pop of colour to any background. The leaves are serrated and beautiful and the plant is mainly a foliage plant. Coleus Maroon are mostly used in decor and landscapes, since they fill in the gaps between hedge plants to control the monotonous green and make it looks more colourful.
About the Coleus Maroon Plant
- It is an easy to grow plant and does not need any extra requirement in care.
- The plant is a mainly a garden decor plant.
- The plant can be planted between continuous hedges to give a sense of colour to it.
- The plant looks very beautiful if planted in landscapes or in garden spaces.
- The plant had moderate sun to proper water requirement for proper growth.
- Healthy & robust Coleus of upto 10 inch in height. Mentioned height is including the pot height.
- 8 Inch of Round Black/ Brown Pot (as shown in image) along with a plate
- PlantCare planner prepared by Botanist (will be shared over whatsapp on the day of delivery).
- The mentioned specifications are indicative only. Actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
How to care for Coleus Maroon Plant?
Light and Temperature tips for Coleus Maroon Plant
- The plant can grow under full sun, but cannot survive the harsh summer afternoon sun since the leaves curl up.
- The plant grows best in partial shade with a fair amount of morning or evening sunlight.
- The plant grows best in temperatures between 23 to 31 degree Celsius.
- The plant needs normal humidity to grow.
Water Tips for Healthy Growth of Coleus Maroon Plant
- The plant requires a fair amount of watering to thrive best.
- When it comes to Coleus, a little extra watering on some days does no harm.
- If the water stays stagnant around the roots for too long, then the plant might get root rot.
Soil Tips for Coleus Maroon Plant
- The plant grows best in a rich soil of compost.
- The plant prefers a well draining soil.
- The plant thrives the most when a layer of mulch is added thickly around the root area.