Coleus 'Great Falls Iguazu'

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Photo courtesy of Dummen

Trailing coleus are a staple for mixed containers and baskets. These small scalloped dark rose leaves with a yellow center mark have a brilliant green edge. These are nicely vigorous and provide a contrast to blooming annuals. Named after the longest waterfall in the world - 1.5 miles - on the border of Argentina and Brazil.


Height


8-12 inches

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Characteristics & Attributes

Exposure
Sun
Partial Shade
Shade
Habit
Semi-trailing
Foliage Color
Multi-color
Burgundy
Pink
Green
Plant Sub-Group
Specialty Foliage
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