How To Grow Coleus from Cuttings: Growing in the fall

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How To Grow Coleus from Cuttings

By Onewish1
July 16, 2011

Coleus are one of the easiest plants to grow from cuttings. With a few simple steps and minor after-care, you can grow wonderful plants that will give you months of pleasure.

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How To Grow Coleus from Cuttings
By Onewish1
July 16, 2011

Coleus are one of the easiest plants to grow from cuttings. With a few simple steps and minor after-care, you can grow wonderful plants that will give you months of pleasure.
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Danecker8
Jun 21, 2014 8:08 AM CST
Thank you sooooo much for this info! It was so specific yet easy enough for this novice but eager gardener to understand. The pictures were so helpful.
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Onewish1
Jun 23, 2014 3:25 PM CST
I am so glad to hear that.. happy rooting!!!
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Amber79
Sep 15, 2016 12:34 PM CST
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Hi! I found your directions for growing coleus via Google, and it's amazingly simple! I have a question, if I take cuttings in the fall and start growing them inside throughout the winter, will they be good for next spring or am I wasting my time?
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Onewish1
Sep 16, 2016 3:01 AM CST
I find as long as they are not grown from seed they will be great.. the seed ones will go to seed usually quickly.. and some poop out after that.. once they start setting flowers.. they usually want to keep setting flowers.. pinch the one off and 2 more form .. unless the plant is large enough to pinch it way down the plant .. sometimes they will snap out of that mode

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