Coleus Main Street Beale Street named "Best Of" Annuals
AAS Winner Coleus Main Street Beale Street was trialed in Colorado State University Trial Gardens in 2020 and was named one of 2020 "Best Of" Annuals. "A multi-year winner due to it rich, velvety burgundy leaf color which provided color to the garden all season long. Plant vigor was excellent while also maintaining a very uniform growth habit. Flowers were virtually non-existent. Plants performed great in both the ground and containers," stated the judges at this annual trial.
AAS Winners for Bold Impact | All-America Selections
Coleus Main Street Beale Street The first coleus to win the AAS Award, this variety has “raised the bar” for luscious and bold red coloration on a bushy and uniform plant. All-America Selections Winner
Coleus Main Street Beale Street
The first-ever coleus to be named an AAS Winner! Main Street Beale Street coleus is an outstanding variety exhibiting deep red foliage that holds its color extremely well in the garden.
Coleus - Adding Color to Your Garden
Grown for its foliage Coleus is one of the easiest and most diverse foliage to add color to your garden, containers and patio pots. #gardeningtips #coleus #containergardening
Coleus - Color All Season!
Coleus brings color all season to our gardens as a foliage plant and with new varieties each year, coleus has become an indispensable plant outdoors & in! #gardeningtips #gardening #containergardening
Coleus Great Falls Angel - A great item to brighten shade gardens, these innovative new coleus work well as a stand-alone item, or intermingled with other plants for a truly spectacular combination. National Garden Bureau #Coleus #ShadeGarden #ColorfulFoliage
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Coleus French Quarter is new for 2017 and looks good in sun or shade. Stunning colors and patterns #coleus #newfor2017 #plantsomethingnew
Pinch Back Coleus for Optimal Growth
Cutting back coleus will actually produce more of it, making the plant take on a bushier shape quite quickly. The flowers are often pinched from coleus plants so the leaves aren’t downplayed, but doing so also makes this tender perennial … Read Article