Alabama Sunset Coleus Plant
Alabama Sunset Coleus Plant

Alabama Sunset Coleus Plant

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Each 2.5-Inch Pot contains 1 plant
Full Sun to Part Shade (3-6+ hours)Moist20-inches tall x 20-inches wide

How to Say Alabama Sunset Coleus Plant
Plant Features

Alabama Sunset Coleus provides a vibrant mix of red, orange and chartreuse, just like an Alabama sunset! This sun tolerant coleus will intensify in color with more sun. Perfect for containers, try adding some Ipomoea or zinnia for a stunning mix. Alabama Sunset Coleus grows best in part sun to shade locations in moist, well-drained soil.


Companion Planting: Begonia, Calibrachoa, Fuchsia, Impatiens, Ipomoea

Plant Needs
Preferred Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Shade (3-6+ hours)
Preferred Soil Moisture: Moist, Well-drained
Fertilizer Needs: When transplanted and then every 3-4 weeks
Survives Winter in Zones: 10, 11
Plant Characteristics
Habit: Upright
Mature Plant Size: 20-inches tall x 20-inches wide
Foliage Color: Red/Orange
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"Growing fast"

on 7/16/2022 4:07:33 PM

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Comment: I usually order several different types of coleus from Grow Joy each season. I haven’t been able to get the Alabama Sunset before as it was sold out. This year I was able to get a few and they look great. Colors are attention getting. They’ve gotten so big. Deer leave them alone.

"Beautiful"

on 7/1/2022 11:15:34 AM

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Comment: Love the variety of Coleus I can purchase from Growjoy. They all perform well with ease!

"Coleus"

on 4/3/2022 1:53:36 PM

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Comment: All of the Coleus I ordered and received were absolutely gorgeous! So excited to see these plants grow!

"Colorful variety"

on 4/2/2022 5:10:41 PM

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Comment: This coleus really took off when I put it more in the shade. The colors became much more vibrant and at Christmas time from a distance, it was a beautiful burgundy. Now light a green is showing up in the new growth. I have a lovely photo to share if I can figure out how.